“I just want to take a moment to acknowledge the hard work that the Princeton Municipal Engineering Department and Sustainable Princeton put into making this happen. I’m excited that these chargers are just one of the many steps the Municipality is taking to address climate change and build our community’s EV infrastructure. And we hope this encourages more members of our community to switch from fossil-fuel-burning vehicles to electric confidently,” said Councilman David Cohen, who also serves as a member of the municipality’s Fleet Transition Subcommittee.
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By TapInto Staff