Marshall set to unveil first car charging station on campus
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is set to unveil an electric car charging station.
Marshall says in a news release that a ceremony is planned Friday on the Huntington campus. The charging station, part of the university’s sustainability efforts, will be located in a parking lot adjacent to Corbly Hall.
The statement says Marshall biological sciences instructor and electric car enthusiast Rick Walker donated the charging station. It’s the first one on campus and will be available for public use.