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City Light announces new electric vehicle fast chargers in Seattle

The publicly accessible stations are part of a pilot program to install 20 EV fast chargers throughout the utility’s service area

Seattle—Seattle City Light has announced several new public electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers in the city of Seattle. The publicly accessible stations are part of a pilot program to install 20 EV fast chargers throughout the utility’s service area and supports the city’s Drive Clean Seattle initiative, which centers on delivering community-focused transportation solutions.

Each station is equipped with two EV fast chargers, which can dispense upwards of 165 miles of range per hour of charge time, depending on the vehicle.

The newly installed chargers were installed in the following locations:

  • Magnuson Park (located off of Sportsfield Drive NE on the west end of the W6 parking lot)
  • Madison-Miller (East Olive Street, between 21st and 22nd avenues)
  • Alaska-Junction (39th Avenue SW, between SW Oregon Street and Fauntleroy Way SW)

Additional stations are also being installed in Tukwila this year.

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