Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Kansas City Celebrates 1,000 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Across The Metro

Here's yet another way for the last, local denizens of the fading American middle-class to feel good about the future of the auto industry and saving the planet . . . Read more:

KCP&L reaches goal to install 1,000 electric vehicle charging stations

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It is easier to ditch gasoline in Kansas City. KCP&L reached its milestone of installing 1,000 electric vehicle charging stations across the city. From grocery stores and parks to shopping malls and hotels, the charging stations are on both sides of the state line.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Get rid of your gas hog and buy a new coal powered vehicle!

Bowtied Silverback said...

And i bet 865 of them havent even been used yet!

Anonymous said...

Chicks and queers can recharge their cordless dildos

Anonymous said...

^^^Yes and geezers can do the same for their pacemakers!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful consumers paying the bills for the 2 percent of the metro population that own electric vehicles. How amount free phone charging stations for all the digital morons in the "smart city"?