lunes, junio 11, 2018

The Air District's Board of Directors has approved funding for the installation of more than 2,000 new electric vehicle charging stations throughout the nine-county region.

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These new, publicly available charging stations will be located along major transportation corridors, at workplaces and key locations, including schools, transportation hubs and multi-unit dwellings.

Grantees include the Los Altos School District ($1,400,763), East Side Union High School District ($500,000), San Francisco International Airport ($285,000) and Old Redwood Commons Association ($120,000). GRID Alternatives was also awarded $56,000 to fund the installation of charging stations in low income communities.

The 59 selected projects will install 2,059 charging stations at 134 locations throughout the Bay Area and are estimated to, over a three-year period, reduce criteria pollutant emissions by 7.99 tons and reduce more than 9,484 tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

View press release.

View Charge! Program web page.

Last Updated: 11/06/2018