October 26, 2011
More than 80 media sources ran a story last week about the launch of the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network due, in part, to an Associated Press piece that helped break the news. The story was picked up by News Day, Business Week, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal and the Boston Globe to name a few.
The story was also aired extensively on radio and TV networks, including NPR affiliates, Northeast Public Radio and the following TV stations: NWNJ TV (New Jersey – New York), WFMZ-IND TV (Philadelphia), WTXF-FOX (Philadelphia), WUSA-CBS (Washington, DC – Hagerstown, MD), WGGB-ABC (Springfield, MA – Holyoke, MA), WNYT-NBC (Albany – Schenectady – Troy, NY).
Below is a short clip from the Fox affiliate in Philadelphia:
As part of their ongoing collaboration through the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI), the participating jurisdictions will promote all clean vehicles and fuels and facilitate planning for and the deployment of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and related infrastructure throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.
Participants in the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network are Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.
To learn more about the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network and the important role it will play in the rollout of electric vehicles in the northeast, click here.