Walnut Creek First in Contra Costa County to Install Universal Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – 511 Contra Costa

Walnut Creek First in Contra Costa County to Install Universal Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

The City of Walnut Creek formally unveiled their Plug-in Electric Charging Stations located at the North and  South Locust Street garages, and at the Broadway Parking Garage.  Mayor Pro Tem Sue Rainey cut the cloth to unveil the ChargePoint electric charging station developed by Coulomb Technologies.  511 Contra Costa provided the funds for the charging stations and the City paid for installation, signage, and will cover on-going maintenance.  To get your free FOB (smart card key)  contact Matt Huffaker at the City of Walnut Creek at  (925) 256-3580.

Walnut Creek Councilmember Sue Rainey with Richard Lowenthal
Walnut Creek Councilmember Sue Rainey with Coulomb's Richard Lowenthal

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0 thoughts on “Walnut Creek First in Contra Costa County to Install Universal Plug-in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

    1. Other cities are considering the plug-in chargers, and the City of Santa Rosa just unveiled their chargers today.

  1. Woo hoo! how about a fact sheet and a presentation to all 19 contra costa county cities!? And maybe make them all solar charging stations!?

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