The City of Saint-Lambert will now provide four charging stations for electric vehicles
The City of Saint-Lambert is proud to join the Electric Circuit by making available to its citizens four public charging stations for electric vehicles.
“We are very pleased to allow users of electric vehicles to charge their batteries easily within our municipality. By doing so, we hope to encourage more people to adopt this mode of environmentally responsible transportation,” said Pierre Brodeur, mayor of Saint-Lambert.
The charging stations have been installed in the parking lots at City Hall and on Elm Street. Each standard 240-volt charging station can charge two cars at a time, at an hourly rate of $1 (taxes included), billed by the minute based on the amount of time the vehicle is plugged in.
The addition of public recharging stations will allow the City of Saint-Lambert to promote the use of electric vehicles to protect the environment, and this initiative also responds to a growing demand by the population. In addition, the measure fits in perfectly with the municipality’s sustainable development plan.
About the Electric Circuit
The Electric Circuit is the largest public charging network for electric vehicles in Quebec and eastern Ontario. It offers both 240-volt and 400-volt charging, with stations installed in the parking lots of its numerous partners.
This public infrastructure allows electric vehicle drivers to travel worry-free, knowing they can top up their batteries on the road if necessary. Visit www.lecircuitelectrique.com to find out more about this organization.