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Electric Vehicle Charging Station Ribbon Cutting

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 10:00

Join Mayor Clarke Conway to cut the ribbon on the City of Brisbane’s public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station, located in the Brisbane Village. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Wednesday February 14 at 10 AM in the Brisbane Village Shopping Center parking lot at 100 Old County Road. Coffee and donuts will be served. EV owners and enthusiasts in the Brisbane area are encouraged to join us and share their love of clean vehicles!

The station features a ChargePoint DC Fast Charger which supplies 50kW of power through either a CHAdeMo or Combo connector and was partially funded by a grant from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and the California Energy Commission (CEC). The City of Brisbane is providing free charging for sessions up to 45-minutes (after which a $5/hour fee will apply) for the first six months. The station supports the City’s Climate Action goals, and patrons of the station will be driving emissions-free thanks to Peninsula Clean Energy’s ECO100 product which provides 100% renewable energy.