Restaurateurs looking to install charging stations for electric cars on their property might be eligible for financial incentives, two participating suppliers said. Last week Lebanon, Tenn.-based Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. announced plans to outfit 24 locations in its home state with electric car charging stations beginning next spring as part of the EV Project to develop infrastructure supporting alternative-power vehicles. While it will spend money for some ...

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