New Haven opens new car charging stations

An electric vehicle is attached to a charging station. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot

New Haven, Conn. (WTNH)- It just got more convenient for drivers of electric vehicles to fuel up in New Haven.

The city  has unveiled two new charging stations at the Whalley-Blake public parking lot. Park New Haven now has fifteen electric vehicle charging stations at garages and surface parking lots in the Elm City.

The executive director of the Westville Village Renaissance Alliance believes the additional charging stations will help boost the many restaurants, cafes, galleries and salons in the community.

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