Posted by admin on May 1st, 2011 in Category Cool Green Future, Green News, Green Tips, Our Green World (no responses)

Google might be a little too big with its mostly complete monopoly in online search but it appears they are trying to green up their image.

Google and more than 80 other companies are collaborating with the Department of Energy to make it simple for drivers of electric vehicles to find parts and charging sites.

Via a partnership called the GeoEVSE Forum, the organizations are pooling their data to build a definitive database of all available EV charging stations in the U.S. regardless of the manufacturer or network, the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory said yesterday.

The GPS and mapping system database will also include all available electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) stations.

Read  more on cnet.

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