Charge your car at
King Arthur Flour
NORWICH — Add King Arthur Flour to the growing list of Vermont locations where owners of electric vehicles can get a charge.
The Norwich campus where the iconic flour miller has its bakery, school, cafe and store now features a charging station to serve the growing number of electric cars in Vermont.
The charging station — built in cooperation with Green Mountain Power — is paired with a 10-kilowatt solar power array, meaning that cars charging at the station will be running on energy from the sun.
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