Clinton County Historical Association (CCHA) received a $15,000 Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) Special Program grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program to support a series of regional events this summer called The Champlain Valley Suffrage Centennial Auto Tour.
The first non-Tesla fast charger for electric vehicles (EV) in the Adirondack Park was unveiled recently in Schroon Lake, encouraging more usage of EV’s by making fast charging more accessible and convenient for everyone.
There are four, 175-kilowatt Direct Current Fast Chargers (DCFC) located in Schroon Lake meant to service drivers around the Adirondack Region. The chargers are the fifth installment of EVolve NY, a statewide effort established in 2018 to create a charging network along key travel corridors and urban areas. The New York Power Authority NYPA initiative seeks to accelerate Governor Cuomo’s statewide ambitions of clean energy goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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