WV state parks to offer charging stations

Register-Herald photo by Bill Frye Cris Meadows, left, white shirt, city manager of Hinton, shows off the city’s electric vehicle charging station with Bill Davis, right, director of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium at West Virginia University, to state park officials who will be leading the charge installing electric car charging stations in all lodge parks in West Virginia.
Register-Herald photo by Bill Frye Cris Meadows, left, white shirt, city manager of Hinton, shows off the city’s electric vehicle charging station with Bill Davis, right, director of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium at West Virginia University, to state park officials who will be leading the charge installing electric car charging stations in all lodge parks in West Virginia.
Register-Herald photo by Bill Frye
Cris Meadows, left, white shirt, city manager of Hinton, shows off the city’s electric vehicle charging station with Bill Davis, right, director of the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium at West Virginia University, to state park officials who will be leading the charge installing electric car charging stations in all lodge parks in West Virginia.

HINTON, W.Va. — West Virginia’s State Parks system is revving up to offer electric car drivers more reason to stop at some of the state’s natural wonders.

Working with the West Virginia Division of Energy, the state’s park system received a grant through the United States Department of Energy to provide electric car charging stations at all of the lodged state parks in West Virginia.

“This is a cool opportunity for West Virginia State Parks,” said Paul Redford, district administrator for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation.

Redford said electric car drivers can plug in at West Virginia State Parks to unplug in nature…

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