A positive message was left under Reddit user Kidderboots' windshield wipers.
When it comes to enforcing a Hawaii state law mandating operators of large parking lots to provide electric-vehicle charging stations, the Aloha spirit is a little too laid back for some plug-in advocates. Long considered a pioneer for widespread plug-in vehicle adoption, Hawaii's having trouble enforcing Act 89, the law that requires all parking lots with more than 100 spaces to have an electric-vehicle charging station and a special stall, Hawaii News Now says.
Car Charging Group, a Florida-based installer of plug-in vehicle charging stations, announced a potentially massive deal that involves partnering with Central Parking System and its subsidiary, USA Parking System, to install Coulomb Technologies' networked ChargePoint stations at up to 2,200 sites across the U.S.
What do you do after you've greened your ride and made the road a big solar panel? You tackle the parking lot, of course. That's the suggestion of the company behind the Green Spider, a way to turn down your parking lot lights. The idea is that you don't need to have all four (or whatever) lights at the top of the pole on at one time, and so:
var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/business_finance/Parking_stripe_ads_assault_the_senses_beneath_your_feet'; My father used to stripe parking lots as a side business, and while still with us, he will nonetheless find a grave, hop in it, and roll over after learning that his beloved lines are now being taped over with advertisements. Parking Stripe Advertising, a three years young agency from Colorado, is responsible for this scheme that covers those long yellow and white lines with a heavy-duty
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