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Charging stations in the heart of Old Montreal


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A first terminal of fast charging for electric circuit


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Saint-Georges, Beauce joins the electric circuit


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The supply of electric circuit now exceeds 200 terminals in Quebec

The Real Estate Investment Trust Allied now partner of electric circuit

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 REIT Allied (Allied REIT) for the deployment of four public charging stations for electric vehicles. Visitors will soon recharge their vehicles in the service area of ​​the interior parking Allied REIT's properties situated in the heart of the City of multimedia, in Old Montreal.

"We are engaged on the path of sustainable development, said Michael Emory, president and CEO of Allied REIT. We are proud to offer this new service charging for electric vehicles to our tenants Cite multimedia, their customers and visitors of Old Montreal. This concrete gesture reflects our actions that mark the path of green Allied REIT. These terminals will be a value added to the range of services offered to our community. "

"We are very pleased to welcome Allied REIT, a company committed to sustainable development, stated on behalf of the founding partners of the electric circuit, Pierre-Luc Desgagne, Vice President - Public and Government Affairs at Hydro-Quebec . This partnership will enable rechargeable electric vehicle owners to have access to additional charging stations in Old Montreal, a neighborhood known for its tourist attractions and festivities. "

About Allied REIT

The REIT is an important Allied owner, manager and developer who offers, in most major Canadian cities, urban office environments that enrich the experience of their business tenants and improve their profitability.

About Electric Circuit

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

The electric circuit is the largest network of public charging Quebec. The network has nearly 250 charging stations at 240 volts and a charging fast 400 volt service including parking AMT and several RONA stores, grocery stores and rotisseries Metro St-Hubert in Quebec. Since its inauguration in March 2012, 56 private and institutional partners have joined the electric circuit. Continues its expansion so that it provides greater geographical coverage and it handles a large number of electric vehicle drivers in several regions of Quebec.

Users of electric circuit beneficient a telephone helpline operates 24 hours on 24 and managed by CAA-Quebec and a locator service terminals. The Electric Circuit Web site is updated as and as new terminals are brought into service or deployed.

Locations of charging stations in Montreal

- 37 terminals are now in operation on the island of Montreal

Charging stations at 240 volts


Airport Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau - 800 Place Leigh Capreol-(2 terminals)


Metro Grocery - 3801, boul. St. Charles (2 terminals)


Saint-Antoine Ouest 1275 Rue (2 terminals) - Bell Centre

Casino de Montreal - 1 avenue du Casino (2 terminals)

Metro Grocery - 1745 Fleury Street East (2 terminals)

First Capital - 5040, boul. Jean-Talon Est (1 point)

Station TN - 5465, boul. Henri-Bourassa Ouest (2 terminals)

Station TN - 11000, boul. Gouin Ouest (2 terminals)

Station TN - 9670, boul. Gouin Ouest (2 terminals)

Station TN - 7250 Sherbrooke Street East (2 terminals)

Hotel Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth - 900, boul. Rene-Levesque Ouest (1 point)

Rental Discount Plateau Mont-Royal/Rosemont - 4447 Papineau Avenue (terminal 1)

Discount Rental Saint-Jacques Ouest - 6250, rue Saint-Jacques Ouest (1 point)

RONA - 7273, boul. Galeries d'Anjou (2 terminals)

Palais des congres - 1025 rue Chenneville (2 terminals)

Place des Arts - 1450 rue Saint-Urbain (4 terminals)

Rotisserie St-Hubert - 10520 Rue Lajeunesse (1 point)

Rotisserie St-Hubert - 10495, boul. Pie-IX (1 point)

Rotisserie St-Hubert - 4700, boul. Saint-Jean (1 point)

Rotisserie St-Hubert - 12575 Sherbrooke East (2 terminals


Reno-Depot store - 400, boul. Brunswick (2 terminals)

SOURCE Electrical Circuit

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