The World's Largest EV Project at The Cupboard
Electric Vehicle owners can now charge their car while eating lunch or grocery shopping at the Cupboard Natural Foods and Café in Denton, Texas.
Two blink™ pedestal charging stations have been installed at the Cupboard Natural Foods and Café in Denton. With the charging station installation the Cupboard joined the world’s largest electric vehicle charging network, blink™.
“We are excited to be a vital part of this growing network of charging stations for electric vehicles, “said Paul Tanis, Cupboard Natural Foods General Manager. “With the installation of the blink™ charging stations the Cupboard is providing a convenient location for electric vehicle charging which is in direct alignment with our commitment to the environment and green technology,”
Anyone can use the blink™ charging stations. The chargers are intended for short term use (“topping off”), from 1-4 hours. Drivers can create settings via blink™ Network to receive a TXT or email when charging is complete. To join the blink™ network visit www.BlinkNetwork.com or call the Customer Support Center at 888.998.BLINK (2546).
The EV Project is the largest rollout of electric vehicle infrastructure in history. Funded through the Department of Energy and part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, this study will collect and analyze data to characterize vehicle use in diverse topographic and
climatic conditions, evaluate the effectiveness of charge infrastructure, and conduct trials of various revenue systems for commercial and public charge infrastructures. Learn more at http://www.theevproject.com/.
Since 1965, Cupboard Natural Foods has provided the Denton community a healthy food and alternative medicine resource. All products and services meet Cupboard Natural Foods’ strict quality standards. The Cupboard is located at 200 W. Congress Street, Denton, Texas.
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