South Carolina will get a look at a new generation of vehicles during a special event at the Statehouse Wednesday.
Governor Mark Sanford and officials from the state Energy Office, the U.S. Department of Energy, and Plug In Carolina will announce the opening of South Carolina’s first statewide infrastructure for plug-in vehicles.
Batt Humphreys is with Tomberlin Automotive Group, one of the plug-in car manufactureres to be showcased.
Besides the unveiling of the charging network, this will be a representation of six or eight different types of electric vehicles. Which again will show the just the broad variety of vehicles that are being manufactured to meet the demands of the public.
The event takes place on the north side of the Statehouse. Events will also take place this week in Blythewood, Union, Rock Hill and Spartanburg. In all, nine South Carolina cities are participating.
SCRN will have more coverage Wednesday.