Here's some more good news:
Progress Energy, City of Raleigh install solar-powered charging stations
https://www.progress-energy.com/company ... 12-15-2011
The project includes two charging stations in Raleigh and connecting them to a solar photovoltaic (PV) array and battery system. When the sun is shining, the PV array produces electricity and charges either a plugged-in vehicle or the on-site battery.
I don't know if they will be open to the public though. But the release goes on to say this:
Progress Energy Carolinas and the City of Raleigh will use the two stations to charge their respective fleets of plug-in electric vehicles. Raleigh has installed 18 charging stations, nine for its fleet and nine for public use, and intends to install 15 additional public charging stations by the end of the year.
That's great news, although they're running out of time for "end of the year"! I think they are counting some stations that I would consider "private" as part of this count, such as ones at Nissan dealerships, the one at McDonalds in Cary, one at Qualcomm, etc.
Here is a link I found to an interactive map:
http://maps.raleighnc.gov/sustainablera ... ml#default
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