Volkswagen Settlement - Phase 1 Success Stories

The Greenbriar Village Café

Greenbriar Village Cafe Charging Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Greenbriar Village Café a locally owned and operated business just off Interstate 40 in Statesville and is close to the midpoint between Asheville and Raleigh. The Greenbriar project was one of the thirty-three Direct Current (DC) Fast infrastructure projects selected for funding in Phase 1 of the NC Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Program. Read more here.

Oasis Travel Roanoke

Oasis Travel Roanoke Charging Stations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Oasis Travel Roanoke located off Interstate 95 is a public charger filling a gap on the interestate corridor. The site is loacted in a rural areas with no access to three-phase power. To handle the power requirement at the site phase conversion technology is used to convert single phase power into three-phase power. A “phase converter” creates a third line of voltage. The Oasis Travel Roanoke project was one of the thirty-three Direct Current (DC) Fast infrastructure projects selected for funding in Phase 1 of the NC Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Program. Read more here.

Blue Ridge Energy 

Blue Ridge Energy Charging Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Ridge Energy’s Boone Office is just off Hwy  421  in Boone.  The Blue Ridge Energy’s Boone Office project was one of the thirty-three Direct Current (DC) Fast infrastructure projects selected for funding in Phase 1 of the NC Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Program. Read more here.

Elizabeth City McDonald's 

Elizabeth CIty McDonald's Charging Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tanglewood McDonald’s is just off Hwy 17 in Elizabeth City.  The Elizabeth City McDonald’s project was one of the thirty-three Direct Current (DC) Fast infrastructure projects selected for funding in Phase 1 of the NC Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Program. Read more here.

Mocksville McDonald's 

Mocksville McDonald's Charging Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The McDonald’s is just off I-40 in Mocksville and is close to the midpoint between Asheville and Raleigh.  The McDonald’s project was one of the thirty-three Direct Current (DC) Fast infrastructure projects selected for funding in Phase 1 of the NC Volkswagen (VW) Settlement Program. Read more here.