AUBURN, Mass. - The Ninety Nine Restaurants announced that National Grid has installed 11 of their 30 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Commonwealth at select Ninety Nine Restaurants including Auburn.
The stations were installed under Coulomb Technologies’ “ChargePointAmerica” program funded through the Department of Energy. The charging stations at the 11 participating restaurants are active and ready for use at Ninety Nine Restaurant locations including Auburn, Billerica (Lexington Road), Easton, Foxboro, Marlborough, Milford, North Andover, Revere, Tewksbury, Westford and Weymouth.
“The Ninety Nine Restaurants are proud to be a part of this program, which helps consumers embrace electric vehicles as an emerging form of transportation,” John Grady, president, Ninety Nine Restaurants said. “Our guests can now enjoy our food and drink at a terrific price while embracing a convenient service that also helps protect the environment – it’s a win-win.”
Through the “ChargePointAmerica” program, which is supported by funding from the Department of Energy, Coulomb Technologies, Inc. is providing the charging stations at no cost to participating cities.
National Grid is funding the station installations and the hosting location partners, including the Ninety Nine Restaurants, will fund the cost of power to charge the vehicles. For more information about National Grid’s electric vehicle charging station program, visit https://www.powerofaction.com/PEV/ .