The collaboration will include the installation and commissioning of Pow-R-Station Level 2 electric vehicle and DC quick chargers accessible to campus staff, faculty and students and the use of an iMiEV from Mitsubishi Motor for demonstrations on the university campus.

University’s Utilities Department will be responsible for the installation and the maintenance of the EV charging stations at strategic locations on campus, enabling the university to understand the growing possibilities around EV technology, as it strives to reduce its energy consumption and carbon footprint.

Eaton president of electrical sector, Americas region Jerry Whitaker said that through the collaboration with Notre Dame, Eaton is further paving the way for the development of the infrastructure leading to the adoption and expanded use of electric vehicles.