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Kathryn Hebert

City of Norwalk

Ken Edwards

Edwards & Associates

Linda Nicholes

Plug In America

Seth Leitman

Green Living Guy Productions and ETS Energy Store, LLC

Stephen Marlin

Young Professionals in Energy

Electric Vehicle

Over the last several years, a growing interest in alternative vehicles has swept the coutry. Using eco-friendly transportation leads to less air and water pollution and saves natural resources and money. There are more choices than ever, with new technologies coming out every day that support a green transportation infrastructure. In addition to an increase to more eco-friendly vehicles. communites around the country are actively becoming more walkable  and bicycle-friendly. Smart growth and development that supports housing near to mass transit, is also increasing.

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Solar/Electric Drunk Bus

Solar/Electric Drunk Bus

Location: Bloomington, IN

Number of Locations: 1

Clean Cities

Clean Cities

Location: Norwich, CT

Number of Locations: 4

National Plug In Day

National Plug In Day

Contact: Tom Saxton

Location: Sacramento, CA

Number of Locations: 3

Plug In America

Plug In America

Location: San Francisco, CA

Number of Locations: 1

Green Driving Tips

Green Driving Tips

Contact: Bob Leonard

Location: California, CA

Number of Locations: 3

Bike Walk Connecticut

Bike Walk Connecticut

Contact: Kelly Kennedy

Location: Connecticut, CT

Number of Locations: 1

Bicycles-on-Board MTA Metro-North Trains

Bicycles-on-Board MTA Metro-North Trains

Contact: David Bedell

Location: New York, NY

Number of Locations: 1

Walkable Communities

Walkable Communities

Location: Fairfield, CT

Number of Locations: 2

Electric Car Clubs

Electric Car Clubs

Contact: Daphne Dixon

Location: Westport, CT

Number of Locations: 2

East Coast Greenway

East Coast Greenway

Location: Durham, CA

Number of Locations: 1

Walkable and Livable Communities Institute

Walkable and Livable Communities Institute

Location: Raleigh, IL

Number of Locations: 1

Charging Stations

Charging Stations

Location: Norwalk, CT

Number of Locations: 579

Los Angeles

Los Angeles "No Car Needed" Travel Guide

Contact: Elisa Makunga

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Number of Locations: 1

Driving for Daisies

Driving for Daisies

Contact: Mary Ortiz

Location: Fairfield County, CT

Number of Locations: 2

Solar Powered Parking Paystations

Solar Powered Parking Paystations

Contact: Kathryn Hebert

Location: Norwalk, CT

Number of Locations: 1

Solar-Powered Transportation

Solar-Powered Transportation

Location: Cos Cob, CT

Number of Locations: 1

Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Contact: Kathryn Hebert

Location: Norwalk, CT

Number of Locations: 1

Fleet to Use Biodiesel

Fleet to Use Biodiesel

Location: Las Cruces, NM

Number of Locations: 1

Town-wide Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan

Town-wide Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan

Location: Fairfield, CT

Number of Locations: 3

Convert Your Car to an Electric Vehicle

Convert Your Car to an Electric Vehicle

Contact: James Boncek

Location: Fairfield, CT

Number of Locations: 1

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don asked:
06/09/2013
I know its in the works but when is the city of Durango going to install their new eletric car chargers and how much will they cost? leaf driver
Frank Kuchinski answered:
06/09/2013

I found this... The City of Durango put an EV project out to bid. See the RFP at: https://www.rockymountainbidsystem.com/Bids/ViewClosedSolicitations2.asp?TN=119260&AN=City+of+Durango&ID=1238

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