Electric Vehicles

Lincoln City Opens EV Charging Station

January 14, 2010

LINCOLN CITY, OR - The City of Lincoln City opened its first Coulomb Technologies ChargePoint Networked Charging Station Jan. 11. The charging station is the first of six stations located in and around the coastal town of Lincoln City. 

The Lincoln City charging stations will be accessible to the public and used for city fleet cars as they move to zero emission vehicles. Charge Northwest (www.chargenw.com) is the authorized distributor of ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations from Coulomb Technologies in the Northwest. 

"We have identified three great locations where a charge can be done easily and quickly, while drivers enjoy the amenities of the immediate surrounding areas," said Kurt Olsen, Lincoln City Urban Renewal director. Visitor & Convention Bureau Executive Director, Sandy Pfaff, explained that Lincoln City "wants to make travel to this beautiful destination as easy and environmentally- friendly as possible. "

Lincoln City joins the list of cities and counties that have installed the electric vehicle charging stations. Other users include the City of Houston; Sonoma County, Calif.,; City of Hillsboro, Ore.; and the City of San Francisco

To locate available charging stations, visit www.mychargepoint.net and click "Find Stations". 


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