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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Shoppers World.

Location : Ohio

With more electric vehicles on the road, the owners of Shoppers World are retooling their property to accommodate those drivers.The Planning Board approved an application Wednesday to add six electric vehicle charging stations to the Shoppers World parking lot. Two more are planned outside the nearby AMC movie theater, pending a review by the citys Building Department.

Shoppers World owner SITE Centers Corp., formerly known as DDR, partnered with a company called Volta to install the charging stations, which will operate free of charge. The service will be subsidized by revenue from advertisements displayed on each of the charging stations, which feature large LED displays.

The stations will be similar to five models already installed at the Natick Mall, where demand for electric vehicle chargers has quickly grown, said Katherine Garrahan, a lawyer representing the applicants. Because the chargers will display ads, SITE Centers Corp. was required to get approval for the project from the Planning Board, which controls signage within Shoppers World.

The new chargers at Shoppers World will be connected via underground power cables and laid out within portions of the parking lot that wont obstruct the view of oncoming cars. Parking spots beside the charging stations wont be restricted for electrical vehicles.

Project completion date : 2019-12-31 12:00:00

Major organization : SITE CENTERS

Address : 3300 Enterprise Parkway

Beachwood, OH 44122

Country :United States

Url : http://www.sitecenters.com/

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Publication:Mena Report
Geographic Code:1U3OH
Date:Apr 16, 2019
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