By Greentech Lead
Team: EV Connect, a provider of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure
solutions, announced it has replaced Sacramento’s legacy equipment with new,
publicly-accessible EV charge stations at six locations in state capital.
The installations will help Sacramento increase its modern
EV charging facilities and moved forward in its effort to improve emission
standards and remain consistent with the recent landmark clean car mandate that
will require one of every seven new cars sold in the state in 2025 to be a
“We applaud the new EV charging infrastructure that EV
Connect installed in Sacramento and appreciate the positive momentum and
support it provides for EV adoption. EV drivers from Sacramento and the
surrounding region can now enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment in the city
knowing they will be able to recharge their vehicles,” said Guy
Hall, president of the Greater Sacramento Electric Auto Association.
EV Connect received California Energy
Commission’s Reconnect California Grant to deploy new Clipper Creek charge
“Working with EV Connect we are able to provide the state
with a cost effective way to upgrade its existing EV charging infrastructure.
Our SmartGrid ready CS model is perfect for this application, providing a
robust, reliable charge that is compatible with all major vehicles coming to
market,” said Dave Packard, president, Clipper Creek.
Station locations include garages on 3rd and L and 10th and
I, and at key environmental employers including the California Air Resources
Board, Cal PERS, Sacramento Metro Air Quality Management District and West
Sacramento’s California Fuel Cell Partnership.
EV Connect is also deploying residential charge stations for
new EV owners in the Sacramento area who took advantage of rebates and other
incentives offered by the state.
“We’re proud that every charge station we deploy helps
alleviate current and potential EV drivers’ range anxiety and naturally
increases EV adoption,” said Jordan Ramer, CEO, EV Connect.