WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Committee Announced on Thursday that they have received two grants to support their effort in providing an electric car plug-in station at The Municipal Complex.
Warren Township received a $10,000 grant from Sustainable Jersey, funded by the Gardinier Environmental Fund. The Township has also received a $6,000 grant from NJ Department of Environmental Protection, funded by the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust.
The $16,000 in grants will be utilized to fund the installation of the Level II EV electric car charging station that the Township had previously purchased for $3,284.
Deputy Mayor and liaison to the Environmental Commission, Mick Marion, stated that “the installation of the electric charging station continues the Township’s commitment to energy conservation in order to provide for an environmental-friendly Warren Township.”
Mayor Gary DiNardo welcomes the receipt of the grants as the funds will provide a cost-effective way to enable Warren Township residents to have a local site to charge their vehicles.
The Township anticipates the completion of the project by June 2019.
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