Massachusetts Utility Rolls Out More Than Two Dozen EV Charging Stations


Massachusetts-based electric utility National Grid has completed the installation of more than 30 new ChargePoint electric vehicle (EV) charging stations from Coulomb Technologies throughout the state.

‘With more than 10 new electric vehicles on the market in 2012, National Grid is providing a solution for managing charging services that ensures their community will be EV-ready,’ says Pat Romano, president and CEO of Coulomb.

‘The ChargePoint Network allows us to offer state-of the-art driver features while integrating EV charging into our smart grid plans, and monitoring the EV charging load,’ adds Ed White, vice president of customer and business strategy for National Grid.

The network is designed to allow EV owners to better manage the cost of charging, as well as to find and use public ChargePoint-enabled stations. National Grid's recently installed stations, along with other nearby charging infrastructure, can be found HERE.

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