Circle K Breaks Ground on the Southeast’s First Federally Funded EV Charger

Construction will begin on a second Circle K charging site in Kentucky later this year.

The first electric vehicle (EV) fast charger in the Southeast United States to be built with federal funds from the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program broke ground at a Richmond Circle K site on Feb. 19. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, Federal Highway Administration Administrator Shailen Bhatt and several state and local officials gathered for the event.

The location is one of two Circle K sites in Kentucky to receive funding.

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