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  • Charging stations added at Kansas City International Airport

    The Kansas City Aviation Department teamed up with KCP&L to install 28 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in long-term parking lots at Kansas City International Airport. With 1,000+ public charging stations, the Kansas City Clean Charge Network has more stations than any other U.S. city per capita and is second in the nation for year-over-year EV growth.

Charging stations added at Kansas City International Airport

The Kansas City Aviation Department teamed up with KCP&L to install 28 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in long-term parking lots at Kansas City International Airport. With 1,000+ public charging stations, the Kansas City Clean Charge Network has more stations than any other U.S. city per capita and is second in the nation for year-over-year EV growth.
Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star