New electric vehicle charging stations
The Town of Rosemère is pleased to announce the installation of 14 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The Town received a grant for this network expansion from Hydro-Québec’s Electric Circuit program, the aim of which is to add 4,500 EV charging stations in Quebec by 2028.
These 14 new Electric Circuit charging stations (with 20 240 V chargers), each bearing the Rosemère logo, will be available to EV users at the following locations:
- - Four stations at Town Hall (100 Charbonneau Street)
- - Two stations with four chargers outside the arena (155 Charbonneau Street)
- - Two stations with four chargers at Memorial Community Centre (202 Grande-Côte Road)
- - Two stations with four chargers near the train station (207 Couture Street)
- - Four stations in the library parking lot (339 Grande-Côte Road).
“The addition of these stations provides more charging options to EV drivers in the area, while also promoting a greener mode of transportation,” says Rosemère Mayor Eric Westram. “This initiative is one of the key tangible actions we are taking for the environment.”
Pictured: Eric Westram, Mayor of Rosemère and Stéphanie Nantel, Councillor.
The Electric Circuit, which offers 240 V and 400 V charging, is the first public network of EV charging stations in Canada and one of the largest and most reliable networks in North America today. EV drivers can locate their closest charging station using the Electric Circuit mobile app. To learn more, visit lecircuitelectrique.com/en