San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee just announced that electric vehicle charging will be made available free of charge in city-owned parking garages and at San Francisco International Airport until the end of 2013. San Francisco city officials are hoping that free charging will nudge vehicle-owners into the electric market — if you know you can charge up for free when you’re not at home, life is a little easier. Each charge is estimated to cost the city about $3 and with 2,750 new chargers going in — 30 of which will be “fast charge” stations — this program could end up being quite the investment in the city’s clean transportation future.
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