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New Plug-in Autos Will Require Additional Charging Infrastructure

Electric Vehicles coming to market will require businesses to build more charging stations


Livonia, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/11/2012 -- With the Los Angeles auto show this past weekend, dozens of new hybrid, electric and hybrid vehicles were displayed to the public for the coming calendar year. These vehicles will put an even greater strain on the commercial charging infrastructure and will likely require a better effort from businesses to invest in more charging stations.

With the advent of the hybrid vehicle, over the last ten years, more and more people in the Los Angeles area, not to mention the rest of the country, have invested in the cleaner-burning, more environmentally efficient vehicles. Up until this point, electric vehicle charging stations have been able to keep up with the challenge, but, going forward, there are going to be even greater demands placed on businesses to provide charging stations.

More and more businesses have invested in electric car charging stations, over the past decade, and, in order to keep up with the competitors, these kinds of stations are likely going to be a key selling point to consumers.

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About specializes in installing and servicing electric vehicle charging stations for businesses, throughout the United States. The original commercial electric car charging station from was designed by James Blain, with principles of solid, inexpensive construction, coupled with ease of use and aesthetic value.