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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Coming to Kohl’s

By EarthGarage
February 6, 2012
File under: Alternative Transportation, Electric, Fuel Efficiency, Innovation, Sustainable Practices

Kohl’s Department Stores (NYSE: KSS) recently announced it will install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across America. 33 stores in Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington will take part in the pilot program.

Kohl’s customers will be able to charge their EVs for free while they shop. Charging stations can be activated with radio frequency identification cards (RFID) or by using telephone numbers located on the charging stations. Each participating store will have one to four parking spaces reserved for EV drivers.

According to Kohl’s Chief Administrative Officer John Worthington, “Not only are these stations an added shopper convenience, they also encourage environmental responsibility among our shoppers. We will continue to explore additional locations to pilot charging stations at our stores nationwide.”

Read the entire article at EnergyBoom

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  1. Driving School Birmingham
    February 15, 2012 1am UTC

    Really great post nice work i love your work and its really helpes.Thanks

  2. Car Accident Injury Attorneys
    April 10, 2012 1pm UTC

    That is AWESOME! I don’t have an electric car but it’s nice that Kohls is offering it!

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  3. MVI Inc.
    July 29, 2012 12pm UTC

    Good to see that people are moving to alternative energy sources.

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  4. Full Throttle
    July 29, 2012 3pm UTC

    It was about time hope everyone move to the alternative.

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  6. Insurance Hunter
    December 17, 2012 12am UTC

    With the rise of electric vehicles it is no surprise that more gas stations will have electric vehicle charging stations, but a department store is a bit of a surprise.

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    January 30, 2013 11pm UTC

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  8. Greg
    March 16, 2013 9am UTC

    well this will be interesting :)
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  9. Callum Pragnell
    March 28, 2013 7am UTC

    Sounds interesting, I believe we could be looking into the future here! Very exciting.

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  10. Jaffr
    March 30, 2013 4pm UTC

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    March 31, 2013 6am UTC

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  12. Lucia
    November 3, 2013 10pm UTC

    Next thing you know they will start criticizing ameautr fan writers and artists for “giving away” their work. That won’t happen b/c it’s not analogous: fan writing can be shopped around, a design of a specialized symbol can’t.If Hugo is the exception to the questionable ethics of creative service contests as I keep hearing over and over, then I’d expect Hugo to be selling that angle. They sell it like any other contest holder: this gives a designer a head start , etc. Just like all others it’s packaged as good fun, and even proportionately beneficial between parties.Hugo is an umbrella org for a creative sector that is a cousin to design. Hugo certainly deserves it’s fan support, so it’s not quite picking on Hugo alone. I think those that are putting a frown on this are trying to slow the widespread perception that design contests are a healthy first resort to take advantage of for anyone. Most are grossly exploitive and go to extra lengths to be extra-exploitive in the fine print. So to hear Hugo, part of the overall greater creative services brethren adopt the usual “It’s fun for the designers, they’ll enjoy it” tone is (to me) a bit sad and insensitive.Designers have good reason to keep their market value strong, and I think that’s all their doing here.

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    November 7, 2013 11am UTC

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