A new electric vehicle charging station has opened in the Seneca St. municipal parking lot in Geneva.
The Finger Lakes Times reports the station, built by the NY Power Authority, has two chargers. Geneva is one of five cities across the state receiving Downtown Revitalization Initiative funds chosen to host a station. The first opened in Amsterdam.
The station can charge any make of electric vehicle, although an adapter is needed for Tesla models. The station can fully charge an electric vehicle in about 20 minutes.
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