Sackville Town Council voted last week to enter into a cost-sharing agreement with EOS Eco-Energy to purchase and install an electric car charger from Sun Country Highway. This charger will be the 16th of its kind in New Brunswick.

EOS executive director Amanda Marlin joined us to talk about the work leading up to the agreement and purchase of the 100 amp charging station, which will be installed at the Sackville Visitor Information Centre. She shares some information with us about the roles that Sackville’s Chief Administrative Officer, the Mount Allison Student Union’s Green Investment Fund, and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities have played in the initiative to make Sackville part of a coast-to-coast electric car corridor, and goes on to talk about the future of electric car infrastructure in Sackville.