A Mecklenburg County electric vehicle charging technology company plans to invest nearly $4.2 million to expand its Huntersville operation and add 205 jobs, local and state officials said Tuesday. Atom Power’s EV charging stations will be located throughout North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper said in a statement. He said […]

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