National Grid Launches Take Charge Program

NEC member National Grid has launched the Take Charge program, which provides incentives for businesses, families, and properties to build electric vehicle charging stations. The charging stations will provide easy access to power for electric vehicles and allow customers to embrace eco-friendly transportation.

The Take Charge program will completely fund all of the electrical infrastructure for approved charging station installations. National Gird will also help customers select whatever charging station equipment is right for their home and business, and will provide rebates for the charging station equipment costs. The Take Charge program has also partnered with Acadia Wildlife Sanctuary to educate and inform the public about the ecological benefits of electric vehicles.

The New England Council applauds National Grid for helping New Englanders move away from fossil fuels and increasing access to sustainable transportation. Read more from the National Grid brochure and fact sheet.

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