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First course of deployment of electric circuitry in eastern Quebec

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Cegep de Jonquiere along the electric system

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Drivers of electric vehicles Will soon be full of clean energy HAS Drummondville

The founding partners of Electric Circuit - The Rotisseries St-Hubert, RONA, METRO, the Metropolitan Transportation Agency (AMT) and Hydro-Quebec - are pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement with the City of Drummondville for the deployment of public charging stations for electric vehicles (EV). The city Becomes the 38th partner of the electric system wide network of public charging large largest in Quebec.

A first terminal WAS unveiled today in downtown park in the lot of the station, Located on Lindsay Street, and Will Be commissioned in the month of July. A second terminal of the electric system installed in the car WAS lot of Heriot Street and a third Will soon be at the sports complex. Discussed are other sites as the City wishes to deploy more terminals in 2014.

"For Drummondville, environment fits in CAPITAL says Mayor Francine Ruest Jutras. Charging stations for electric vehicles Represent Reviews Reviews another step forward-thinking decision by the City to Promote the environment and quality of life. Its Geographical location, Drummondville is a must in the electric Hydro-Quebec system driver. The first public charging network of Quebec and Canada Will grow over the next year. Drummondville now Allows Citizens and visitors to build on this energy clean and renewable. "

"We are Delighted with the accession of a major city like Drummondville, All Becomes All which our 38th partner and Represents a Strategic location for the deployment of our network of public charging, Has Said Pierre-Luc Desgagne, Vice President - Public and Government Affairs, Hydro-Quebec, On Behalf of the partners of electric circuit. With this new agreement, the electric system realizes a step in expansion icts in the heart of Quebec, enjoyed by all drivers of vehicles propelled by electricity. "

The Electric Circuit

The electric system remains a major initiative in the deployment of the charging infrastructure needed to bracket the arrival of electric vehicles and rechargeable Quebec.

The electric system now includes 160 charging stations at Nearly 240 volts Including Parking AMT RONA hardware stores and several department stores and grocery rotisseries Metro St-Hubert in Quebec. Since icts inauguration in March 2012, 33 other private and institutional partners-have joined the electric circuit. Its Continued expansion so That It Will Provides Greater Geographical coverage and desserve a Greater number of EV drivers in several regions of Quebec.

Much Needs recharging electric vehicle owners is filled at home or at work. Public charging infrastructure Allows motorists to drive with peace of mind by Offering the opportunity to refuel on the way em When CONSIDERS. Users of electric circuitry beneficient a phone helpline Operates 24 hours on 24 and managed by CAA-Quebec and a locator service terminals. Of course, the Electric Circuit www.lecircuitelectrique.com website is updated as and as new terminals are Brought into gold Deployed Service.

SOURCE: Electric Circuit

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