The National Grid program was started in 2019 to assist with the conversion to electric vehicles. Customers can choose from a variety of options the program provides to suit their charging and cost needs best. National Grid reimburses up to 100 percent of fees starting from the infrastructure to the hardware of the EV charging stations.
“We are thankful for the support from National Grid on this important program to expand EV charging capacity on campus,” said Suzanne Wood, associate director of facilities management for sustainability and campus services at UMass Chan Medical School.
UMass Chan has been making commitments to energy efficiency and climate change efforts since 2004. They received an award in 2020 from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. The Leading by Example Award recognized their efforts in promoting energy efficient practices on campus.
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