In response to a growing number of electric vehicle (EV) drivers, municipalities across Connecticut are installing EV charging stations for a greener and cleaner future in their communities. There are several reasons why municipal leaders should consider at least one EV charging station for their town or city. Reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and encourage EV adoption with public EV charging infrastructure. When strategically placed, EV charging stations could attract residents and visitors to commercial districts – a win for cities looking for economic development opportunities.
With utility incentives available, Connecticut towns and cities are among those leading the way in supporting EV charging infrastructure at strategically placed public sites. CCM Energy Partners, Titan Energy and Resource Lighting and Energy, Inc. (RLE), provide a turn-key approach to assisting municipalities access and install EV charging infrastructure.
National League of Cities (NLC): EV Charging: A Primer for Municipal Officials
National League of Cities (NLC): Bring Electric Vehicle Charging to Your Community: PUT FEDERAL FUNDING & PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS TO WORK
Titan Energy: EV Charging Consulting
Resource Lighting and Energy: EV Charging Consulting
Resource Lighting and Energy: EV Charging Consulting for Distressed Communities
Savannah Blantz, Research Analyst, 203.498.3055, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Kearney, Titan Energy New England, 860.324.8289, JustinKearney@TitanEnergyNE.com
Brendan Kearney, Titan Energy New England, 860.214.6045, BKearney@TitanEnergyNE.com
Jay Benson, Resource Lighting and Energy, Inc., 844.571.2667, Jay.Benson@resourcele.com
Nicholas Procko, Resource Lighting and Energy, Inc., 844.571.2667, Nicholas.Procko@resourcele.com