Recharge Maine: Expanding The EV Charger Network
Recharge Maine, the State’s initiative to develop a statewide network of public, high-speed EV chargers, announced planned awards of more than $6 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program funds. The awards will be used to support development of new chargers at seven sites in locations spanning Bangor, Augusta, and the stretch of U.S. Route 1 between Ellsworth and Freeport. The initiatives plan to have the chargers fully operational next year.
This E2Tech forum will explore about these upcoming initiatives, as well as some topics for the long-term expansion of Maine’s EV charging network.
Kristine Logan - Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority
Chuck Hayward - ReVision Energy
Nate Wildes - Flight Deck
Joyce Taylor - Maine Department of Transportation
Michael Stoddard - Efficiency Maine
Lily McVetty - Efficiency Maine
Ryan Keith - Northeast Heat Pumps
Annual Sponsors & Partners
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E2Tech Sustaining Partners (as of 10/1/23)
SUSTAINING LEADERS: Bernstein Shur, Burns & McDonnell, Central Maine Power, Orsted, SMRT Architects & Engineers
SUSTAINING STEWARDS: Arcadia, Berry Dunn, BRI Environmental, Consulate General of Canada, Cianbro, Credere Associates, DNV GL, East Brown Cow, Eaton Peabody, ECI, EDP Renewables, Generac, GZA, Hydro Quebec, Ironhouse Inc, Key Capture Energy, LS Power, Northeast Bank, Ocean Renewable Power Company, Perkins Thompson, Pierce Atwood, PowerMarket, Preti Flaherty, Quebec Government Office in Boston, Ramboll, ReVision Energy, Royal River Heat Pumps, Sandborn, Head & Associates, Sebago Technics, Sevee & Maher Engineers, Stantec, Summit Natural Gas, Sunrun, Tetra Tech, TRC, Verrill
SUSTAINING INDIVIDUAL DONORS: Several Committed Mainers and Friends