Brightfield featured in Business North Carolina Magazine
Vehicle-charging stations remain scarce in North Carolina, but a surge may be nearing.
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When Randy Talley drives up the Blue Ridge Parkway, he sometimes wonders whether he’ll have enough charge to make it home at night. Talley owns a Nissan Leaf, a plug-in electric vehicle with a range of about 90 miles on a single charge. It’s a fun ride, and he loves zipping around town in it, especially since an electric vehicle charging station is 400 yards from his office door. But a trip to the mountains, where charging stations are scarce, involves some risk.
“The mainstream will comfortably buy EVs once they know high-speed charging stations are everywhere. Right now they’re not,” says Talley, co-owner of Asheville’s Green Sage Café…
*NOTE: There is an error in this article– the DC Fast Chargers BTS has installed cost $30,000+ for the hardware, not $9,000.