PITTSBURGH (KDKA)– Duquesne Light’s new charging installation is now available for electric cars in the Pittsburgh Area.
The new charging station, located at Woods Run Campus in the North Shore has 20 charging ports to support electric cars.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Plans To Welcome Back Patrons With 'We Are The Global Majority' Exhibit
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined Duquesne Light Company President and CEO Steve Malnight to introduce the site to the public during the official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Officials are glad to have a station that can be used for company and employee cars.READ MORE: Mon Incline Reopens To The Public
On the North Shore this morning, @DuquesneLight opened the largest workplace charging installation for electric vehicles in Pittsburgh. I joined other local leaders to support the build-out of infrastructure for electric mobility in our region. pic.twitter.com/QU7No5vMMF
— Corey O'Connor (@CoreyOConnorPGH) November 20, 2019MORE NEWS: Better Business Bureau Reports Increase In Imposter Scams In Western Pennsylvania