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Marois announced the creation of the Corridor recharge electric Quebec Vermont

A partnership has been concluded for a Corridor recharge electric Quebec-Vermont, have jointly announced Monday in Montreal the first minister, Pauline Marois, and the Governor of Vermont, Peter Shumlin.

This corridor must allow electric vehicle owners (VE) to rely on a "charging infrastructure complete" between Montreal and Burlington.

Ms. Marois, it is the "first segment" of a network of electric charging whose Quebec wishes to enlargement, in collaboration with the provinces and neighboring states over the next year.

Governor Shumlin welcomed promote economic and in his state "clean transport", arguing that the "considerable progress" in this corridor recharge electric.

From the beginning of autumn, along the north-south distance of more than 160 km, 31 public charging stations will be available to EV drivers. These terminals are integrated into the electric circuitry deploye by Hydro-Quebec and Vermont Electric Network Drive.

The initiative follows discussions initiated between Quebec and Vermont at the last Conference of Governors of the New England and premiers of eastern Canada.

In matters of public charging, the Quebec already has a network consisting of 300 terminals in service. The electric circuit Hydro-Quebec is endowed by nearly 150 of these terminals, and ReseauVER initiative of a young Quebec company Add√Čnergie Technologies offers for its share almost 100 terminals.

Sites of "Corridor recharge electric Quebec-Vermont" include Place des Arts (4 terminals) and the Bell Centre (2 terminals), in Montreal, in Brossard Quartier Dix30 and some other places.

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