VIDEO: Green Mountain Power to highlight fast car-charging station

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RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Officials from Vermont's largest electric utility and a renewable energy technology company are going to highlight the installation of the first in a series of fast-charging stations for electric vehicles.

Green Mountain Power and NRG Energy will announce Tuesday that an eVgo fast-charging Freedom Station will be installed in Rutland.

The utility says the stations represent the latest in fast-charging technology and an expansion of the network of charging stations across Vermont.

NRG is a Fortune 250 company that specializes in renewable energy.

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