by Sam Hieb
At last night’s meeting the Greensboro City Council “agreed to work with” Asheville-based Brightfield Transportation Solutions on an electric car charging station at the South Elm Street public parking lot.
Good news is it will be at no cost to the city. Even better —yippee !—-the city will even make money:
Brightfield will pay Greensboro $1 a year for space in the parking lot. The proposed agreement would be good for 10 years, after which the city may buy the equipment.
That lot gets a little cramped, especially when Ham’s is hopping; trying to figure out how it will handle all the electric cars lining up for a charge.