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USA: Brentwood shopping center part of electric vehicle charging demand test

Electric vehicle charging stations now are available at the Harris-Teeter anchored Peartree Village shopping center as part of a project by the shopping center owner to see if it is economically viable to provide the service. SUBMITTED / Submitted — Regency Centers

BRENTWOOD — The Harris-Teeter-anchored Peartree Village shopping center in Brentwood has been equipped with install Blink® Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, according to an announcement from Regency Centers, owner of the property.

Regency’s roll-out is part of The EV Project, the largest national deployment of commercial and residential charging stations in major U.S. cities and metropolitan areas. The goal of The EV Project is to collect data on electric vehicle use, evaluate the effectiveness of EV charging infrastructure and evaluate revenue systems for commercial and public charging stations.

“The EV stations provide an added shopper convenience, demonstrate and encourage a commitment to the environment, and generate a potential future revenue stream,” said Scott Prigge, senior vice president of national property operations for Regency Centers, in a press release distributed this morning.


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