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Nissan Leaf EVs & Power Infrastructiure Installations

 - Oct 10, 2009   Updated: Aug 15 2011
References: ecotality & theevproject
Beginning the summer of 2010, ECOtality will begin installing over 11,000 charging stations in eleven cities across five test states. 4,700 all-electric Leaf vehicles and the charging stations to power them, any other electric car, will be deployed in Tennessee, California, Arizona, Oregon and Washington. The charging station infrastructure is key to growing the electric vehicle market.

The EV Project's website asks interested individuals or businesses to sign-up to participate in the project.

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Implications - The EV Project is dedicated to collecting and analyzing data that characterizes vehicle use in very diverse topographic and climatic conditions, which allows them to evaluate the efficacy of a charged infrastructure.

That sounds like municipal magic at work. Kudos!