new electric vehicle charger turns on in downtown renfrewnew electric vehicle charger turns on in downtown renfrewnew electric vehicle charger turns on in downtown renfrew

by:CTECHi     2020-04-25
As long as it is charged, it has a whole new meaning in the center of Renfrew.
On June 14, a charging station for electric and hybrid vehicles was officially put into use for the first time on the west side of the laglen Street Metro at 83. S.
This is with the Metro, Renton Patterson, Electrical of Yemen, the Briscoe property management and the Renfrew industrial Council (RIC).
RIC\'s executive director, Dave Lemkay, says the charger is a paradigm shift in how people are approaching electric vehicles at the moment.
The Hydro One on the innovation drive also has a charger, but the location of the new charger is the key.
\"This is mainly for visitors to the city to take advantage of the charger, but at the same time, you can also go shopping, have lunch, visit the library or spend some time working in the town\'s business district for a few hours, said lemkai.
\"So, the location is critical, and that\'s why we talked to Charles Brisco, who owns the building and Ray Vidler, the owner of the Metro store, who took advantage of it
The project has been going on for several years because they are trying to find a perfect location that was initially considered low square, says Lemkay.
\"I said, either at the end of the city or because people can walk to the city center,\" Patterson said . \".
Sun Country charger is donated by Patterson and costs about $2,000 for installation, which is the responsibility of Yemens Electric and RIC.
\"This is not a large capacity charger compared to other chargers,\" admits Lemkay . \".
\"This is a good start and a progress --stone.
We are at the forefront of change . . . . . . Electric vehicles are one of the mitigating factors for tackling climate change and we are trying to get ahead of the curve, which is good for the business center.
\"Jim Miller, president of Downtown Business Improvement, sees this as a great initiative in the city center.
\"I think this shows the innovation of the business in the city center, bringing customer service into the 21 st century,\" Miller said . \".
\"I think it is important that we provide such services, we have gas stations, why there is no charging station.
\"I think it\'s great and definitely a step to bring new people into Renfrew,\" added Renfrew and Regional Chamber of Commerce chairman Amy Ruhr.
To the knowledge of the relevant partners, this is the only electric car charger located in the center of Renfrew County and City, and other chargers are installed in remote areas, including the Best Western in Pembroke.
The space itself will soon be painted with green lines so that the driver knows that it is specially designed for green cars.
\"I think it\'s obviously a convenience for people to shop here, but it\'s also something people will talk about,\" Vidler added . \".
\"You don\'t see these things every day, so people might say you \'ve seen them on the subway?
\"Is it a charger or a car first?
Patterson also admitted that he was going to shop on the subway now when he came to town.
Pembroke\'s Patterson is no stranger to electric cars.
The former electrical engineer and Fellowes High School teacher taught his students how to convert vehicles into electric vehicles multiple times in 1970 seconds, all named revs.
Although his current model is not named Rev, he admits with a smile that Nissan Leaf 2012 is one of the first models on the market and that tires and wipers are the only ones that need to be replaced.
Before he can buy, he has to install a charger at home, and now he plugs in once a week because it\'s better to run out of the battery a little before charging.
The car runs within 24 hours.
When the battery is fully charged, it can travel 140 kilometers according to the speed.
Paterson spent his summer at Hurds Lake and traveled regularly to Renfrew, saying he had two motivations for owning an electric car: it was cheap and convenient.
\"I\'m a teacher, so it\'s a real-
\"The children are involved in the new living environment, I am an environmental activist and don\'t like greenhouse gases,\" Patterson said . \".
\"It makes sense.
\"With just charging, it has a whole new meaning in downtown Renfrew.
On June 14, a charging station for electric and hybrid vehicles was officially put into use for the first time on the west side of the laglen Street Metro at 83. S.
This is with the Metro, Renton Patterson, Electrical of Yemen, the Briscoe property management and the Renfrew industrial Council (RIC).
RIC\'s executive director, Dave Lemkay, says the charger is a paradigm shift in how people are approaching electric vehicles at the moment.
The Hydro One on the innovation drive also has a charger, but the location of the new charger is the key.
\"This is mainly for visitors to the city to take advantage of the charger, but at the same time, you can also go shopping, have lunch, visit the library or spend some time working in the town\'s business district for a few hours, said lemkai.
\"So, the location is critical, and that\'s why we talked to Charles Brisco, who owns the building and Ray Vidler, the owner of the Metro store, who took advantage of it
The project has been going on for several years because they are trying to find a perfect location that was initially considered low square, says Lemkay.
\"I said, either at the end of the city or because people can walk to the city center,\" Patterson said . \".
Sun Country charger is donated by Patterson and costs about $2,000 for installation, which is the responsibility of Yemens Electric and RIC.
\"This is not a large capacity charger compared to other chargers,\" admits Lemkay . \".
\"This is a good start and a progress --stone.
We are at the forefront of change . . . . . . Electric vehicles are one of the mitigating factors for tackling climate change and we are trying to get ahead of the curve, which is good for the business center.
\"Jim Miller, president of Downtown Business Improvement, sees this as a great initiative in the city center.
\"I think this shows the innovation of the business in the city center, bringing customer service into the 21 st century,\" Miller said . \".
\"I think it is important that we provide such services, we have gas stations, why there is no charging station.
\"I think it\'s great and definitely a step to bring new people into Renfrew,\" added Renfrew and Regional Chamber of Commerce chairman Amy Ruhr.
To the knowledge of the relevant partners, this is the only electric car charger located in the center of Renfrew County and City, and other chargers are installed in remote areas, including the Best Western in Pembroke.
The space itself will soon be painted with green lines so that the driver knows that it is specially designed for green cars.
\"I think it\'s obviously a convenience for people to shop here, but it\'s also something people will talk about,\" Vidler added . \".
\"You don\'t see these things every day, so people might say you \'ve seen them on the subway?
\"Is it a charger or a car first?
Patterson also admitted that he was going to shop on the subway now when he came to town.
Pembroke\'s Patterson is no stranger to electric cars.
The former electrical engineer and Fellowes High School teacher taught his students how to convert vehicles into electric vehicles multiple times in 1970 seconds, all named revs.
Although his current model is not named Rev, he admits with a smile that Nissan Leaf 2012 is one of the first models on the market and that tires and wipers are the only ones that need to be replaced.
Before he can buy, he has to install a charger at home, and now he plugs in once a week because it\'s better to run out of the battery a little before charging.
The car runs within 24 hours.
When the battery is fully charged, it can travel 140 kilometers according to the speed.
Paterson spent his summer at Hurds Lake and traveled regularly to Renfrew, saying he had two motivations for owning an electric car: it was cheap and convenient.
\"I\'m a teacher, so it\'s a real-
\"The children are involved in the new living environment, I am an environmental activist and don\'t like greenhouse gases,\" Patterson said . \".
\"It makes sense.
\"With just charging, it has a whole new meaning in downtown Renfrew.
On June 14, a charging station for electric and hybrid vehicles was officially put into use for the first time on the west side of the laglen Street Metro at 83. S.
This is with the Metro, Renton Patterson, Electrical of Yemen, the Briscoe property management and the Renfrew industrial Council (RIC).
RIC\'s executive director, Dave Lemkay, says the charger is a paradigm shift in how people are approaching electric vehicles at the moment.
The Hydro One on the innovation drive also has a charger, but the location of the new charger is the key.
\"This is mainly for visitors to the city to take advantage of the charger, but at the same time, you can also go shopping, have lunch, visit the library or spend some time working in the town\'s business district for a few hours, said lemkai.
\"So, the location is critical, and that\'s why we talked to Charles Brisco, who owns the building and Ray Vidler, the owner of the Metro store, who took advantage of it
The project has been going on for several years because they are trying to find a perfect location that was initially considered low square, says Lemkay.
\"I said, either at the end of the city or because people can walk to the city center,\" Patterson said . \".
Sun Country charger is donated by Patterson and costs about $2,000 for installation, which is the responsibility of Yemens Electric and RIC.
\"This is not a large capacity charger compared to other chargers,\" admits Lemkay . \".
\"This is a good start and a progress --stone.
We are at the forefront of change . . . . . . Electric vehicles are one of the mitigating factors for tackling climate change and we are trying to get ahead of the curve, which is good for the business center.
\"Jim Miller, president of Downtown Business Improvement, sees this as a great initiative in the city center.
\"I think this shows the innovation of the business in the city center, bringing customer service into the 21 st century,\" Miller said . \".
\"I think it is important that we provide such services, we have gas stations, why there is no charging station.
\"I think it\'s great and definitely a step to bring new people into Renfrew,\" added Renfrew and Regional Chamber of Commerce chairman Amy Ruhr.
To the knowledge of the relevant partners, this is the only electric car charger located in the center of Renfrew County and City, and other chargers are installed in remote areas, including the Best Western in Pembroke.
The space itself will soon be painted with green lines so that the driver knows that it is specially designed for green cars.
\"I think it\'s obviously a convenience for people to shop here, but it\'s also something people will talk about,\" Vidler added . \".
\"You don\'t see these things every day, so people might say you \'ve seen them on the subway?
\"Is it a charger or a car first?
Patterson also admitted that he was going to shop on the subway now when he came to town.
Pembroke\'s Patterson is no stranger to electric cars.
The former electrical engineer and Fellowes High School teacher taught his students how to convert vehicles into electric vehicles multiple times in 1970 seconds, all named revs.
Although his current model is not named Rev, he admits with a smile that Nissan Leaf 2012 is one of the first models on the market and that tires and wipers are the only ones that need to be replaced.
Before he can buy, he has to install a charger at home, and now he plugs in once a week because it\'s better to run out of the battery a little before charging.
The car runs within 24 hours.
When the battery is fully charged, it can travel 140 kilometers according to the speed.
Paterson spent his summer at Hurds Lake and traveled regularly to Renfrew, saying he had two motivations for owning an electric car: it was cheap and convenient.
\"I\'m a teacher, so it\'s a real-
\"The children are involved in the new living environment, I am an environmental activist and don\'t like greenhouse gases,\" Patterson said . \".
\"It makes sense.
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