The Indiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund Committee recently awarded funding for 56 Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations across the state, including 11 sites in the MACOG region in northern Indiana.
The projects follow an application filed in response to a request for proposals issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
MACOG coordinated an application for 10 locations, which were awarded a total of $90,000, including the cities of Elkhart, Goshen, Mishawaka, Plymouth, South Bend (in partnership with the Potawatomi Zoo), and Warsaw, the Town of Culver and the Goshen Public Library. MACOG is providing a $500 match for each station.(MACOG)
Click here for the rest of the MACOG press release.
These are similar stations as was installed in the Peace Garden in 2017. In this case, I was able to work with MACOG and city leadership during the application process to evaluate proposed locations in downtown Plymouth. PHJC also provided cost-share funds for Plymouth’s proposal, critical to getting it across the finish line.
Even though we are still not moving fast enough to address the climate crisis, it’s always encouraging to see steps moving forward.
Thank you for all you do and for modeling what we can do in working with others. Hope you are doing ok
Wow Goshen has a Tesla
Good work, faithful brother
Yep, a little behind in my email reading but SUCH GREAT NEWS!! Keep up the very critical work you are about in helping to save our planet and connect with and influence others working for this good!