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Scottsdale, APS look to bring electric car stations

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Scottsdale and the Arizona Public Service (APS) utility are looking to install electric car charging stations at city facilities in Old Town Scottsdale and the city’s north operations campus.

The pilot project will be considered by the Scottsdale City Council at its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 20. If approved, the charging stations will be available for public use.

Plans call for APS and the city to work together to install charging stations at the city’s North Corporate Campus at 9191 E. San Salvador Drive and at One Civic Plaza in Old Town at 7447 E Indian School Road.

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