Juneau utility eyes electric car future
AEL&P says minimal extension to existing infrastructure could support widespread use of battery-powered cars; wants 20-car test first
Juneau, Alaskaís state capital, may soon see emission-free electric automobiles whirring along the eight miles of highway that connect the capitalís downtown area to the Mendenhall Valley where many Juneau residents live.
At least, thatís the vision of Juneau electric utility Alaska Electric Light &....
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