Road Tripping on Solar Power to Zion National Park
“Modern road trippers like myself are faced with a different challenge. I love the sense of freedom that comes with packing my bags, piling into my car, and adventuring wherever the wide-open road leads. I don’t love the pollution that this generates. But to have the ability to drive somewhere distant in a zero-emission electric car, you need access to relatively fast car chargers.
Enter Utah’s new Electric Vehicle Corridor, a network of eight strategically placed DC Fast Chargers that connect Salt Lake City and northern Utah to Zion National Park in Utah’s southwest corner via I-15. Unlike traditional charging stations, which take hours to replenish an EV’s battery, and unlike Tesla’s Superchargers, which are brand-specific, the corridor’s stations can put miles of range on nearly any EV in a matter of minutes, making long-distance travel a real possibility for the first time for many EV drivers…”
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