SANDY, Utah – Wednesday Sandy City leaders celebrated the opening of 45 new electric vehicle charging stations installed at municipal facilities.
The project was made possible by a $308,000 grant from Rocky Mountain Power, as well as additional funding from UCAIR and the Department of Environmental Quality, totaling $452K.
“Our goal is to incentivize the move toward electric vehicles, as this will drastically improve our air quality — and ultimately, our quality of life,” said James Campbell, Rocky Mountain Power policy and projects advisor. "Creating a strong EV infrastructure is key to getting there."
Sandy City’s electric vehicle charging stations are available at the following locations:
"Our ultimate vision is to have enough charging stations to allow EV drivers to travel freely from Disneyland to Yellowstone and everywhere in between," Campbell said.“