A Maryland gas station no longer sells gasoline – it now only charges electric vehicles.
RS Automobili in Takoma Park, Maryland, is the first gas station in the United States to be completely converted from gas to electric, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said in a press release Thursday.
The station, which has been operating since 1958, according to CNBC, was reopened on Thursday with a powerful 200 kW metering system that can charge four electric cars at a time, according to a press release.
According to The Washington Post, it can take between 1
"This EV charging is the second first and only in the country to credit Maryland," says Mary Beth Tung, director of the Maryland Energy Administration.
"Our state's energy programs are strategically moving towards 100% clean electricity, which benefits all tarry
The renovation of the station was funded by the MEA together with the Electric Vehicle Institute, the release said.
"EVI is excited to have a powerful quick-charging system installed in Takoma Park as a significant step in providing a gas station as a refueling experience for drivers and commuters in the Maryland EV," Matthew said in a statement Wade, Executive Director of the Electric Vehicle Institute.
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RS Automotive's owner, Depeswar Doley, told The Post that despite he is not sure how much money he will make from charging stations, but he is glad to stop working with oil
"Our gasoline sales volume was very low, especially after 8pm," Dolly said. "I don't expect to be super rich, but it's good for the environment and I'm ready to take the risk. ”