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Electric vehicle charging in Belmont

Mobility
Mobility
Electric vehicle charger
Electric vehicle charger
Duke Energy
Duke Energy
Electric vehicle charging in Belmont

A PoleVolt™ electric vehicle (EV) charging station has been installed at the corner of Otts St. and Seigle Ave. This provides free curbside charging (until the end of 2024) to residents without access to at-home charging.

By providing clean transportation options, we’re aiming to improve the air quality and contribute to better health outcomes for Belmont area residents. This project is a partnership between the City of Charlotte, the University of North Carolina Charlotte, Duke Energy, and CleanAIRE NC.

PoleVolt™ uses existing streetlights to provide curbside electric vehicle (EV) charging for drivers. The station features an easy-to-use web app to initiate and monitor a charging session, as well as built-in lights and screens to provide tutorials on how to use the charger as well as important city information.

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Electric vehicle charger

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