Montréal’s Trudeau airport now offers access to two chargers on-site.
The Electric Circuit announced today the signing of a partnership agreement with Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) which resulted in the presence of two chargers at the airport.
“Aéroports de Montréal is proud to be joining The Electric Circuit. Now that two charging stations are in service in the parking structure at the Montréal-Trudeau terminal, passengers have every reason to drive their electric cars to the airport,” said ADM’s President and CEO, James C. Cherry.
Drivers now have the option of charging their electric vehicles when they fly out or even when picking up friends or family at the airport.
One details not mentioned is what happens if someone leaves his car plugged for two weeks strait while out of the country. Other users’ frustration may ensue.
The Electric Circuit is pursuing its expansion throughout several Québec regions. Eighty 240-volt Electric Circuit stations are already available in parking lots of the AMT, as well as those of many RONA hardware stores, Metro grocery stores and St-Hubert Restaurants in the greater Montréal and Québec areas.
More than 150 charging stations will be available in Québec by the end of 2012. After that, the roll-out of 240-volt and 400-volt charging stations, which allow for quicker charging, will be deployed as more electric vehicles hit Québec roads.