The Mission Zero Corridor Starts At West Point Visitor Information Center

The Mission Zero Corridor Starts At West Point Visitor Information Center

Groundbreaking for PV4EV charger. L-R: Anthony Coker, Hannah Solar; West Point Georgia Mayor Drew Ferguson IV; Randy Jackson, Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia; Harriet Langford, Ray C. Anderson Foundation; Brittney Gray, Georgia Department of Economic Development, John Lanier, Ray C. Anderson Foundation; Jimmy Cho, Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia

Check presentation for PV4EV charger. L-R: Drew Ferguson, IV, Mayor of West Point, GA; Harriet Langford, Trustee, Ray C. Anderson Foundation; Randy Jackson, Sr. VP Human Resources and Administration, Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia.

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“Soon, EV (electronic vehicle) drivers will be able to drive from Montgomery, Alabama, to Atlanta, Georgia, with ease,” said Harriet Langford, trustee for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation. “The PV4EV charging station will be powered from the sun.”

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Recently, the city of West Point, Georgia unveiled plans for a state of the art photovoltaic quick charge station for electric vehicles (PV4EV) at a groundbreaking ceremony. Held at the Georgia Visitor Information Center located on Interstate 85 North, representatives from Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia, the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the City of West Point were there to celebrate this installation, which is the first of its kind in a Southeast Visitor Information Center.



Valerie Bennett
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