The new Dual ChargePoint electric vehicle charging station, which will be paired with a 9.54KW net-metered solar array, is compatible with all electric vehicles that are available in the market today.
This EV charging station has customer-oriented features, including on-line and smartphone directions and reservations, driver notification of charge status, and effortless charging session initiation.
King Arthur Flour Infrastructure VP Steve Cochran said that King Arthur Flour is committed to high standards of corporate social and environmental responsibility, as a founding B-Corp and one of the first Vermont Benefit Corporations.
Green Mountain Power Generation and Energy Innovation vice president Steve Costello said, "Forty-seven percent of Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions come from transportation.
"Increasing the number of cars that run on renewable electricity is one of many strategies that Vermont can employ to move away from fossil fuel-based transportation without jeopardizing reliability and cost. Making charging station infrastructure available is critical to the adoption of electric vehicles."
This project costs $51,900 with a grant of $17,500 from GMP has secured an approval from the Vermont Public Service Board.