Electric Vehicle Charging Station at Dan & Whit's
Thanks to a grant from the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development and support from Norwich Technologies and Solaflect Energy, Norwich's village center is part of the growing infrastructure for electric vehicles as of fall 2016.
The station was funded by a grant from the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development, plus support from Norwich Technologies and Solaflect Energy, two Norwich-based solar companies. The station is networked with ChargePoint, the biggest EV charging network in the US, and can charge two vehicles at a time.
The electricity used by the station is offset by the production from the 2.5-kW solar awning on the south wall of the General Store. The solar equipment, design work, and installation were donated by Norwich Technologies. Dan & Whit's generously provided space for the solar awning, the charging station and its parking spaces.
Click here for a nice summary of EV ownership.