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    New EV Charging Stations Installed on Campus

    Catherine Sanderson, coordinator, Parking Services, Mark Murphy, director of Sustainability, and Nathaniel Smith, Sustainability Office work-study student
    October 26, 2021

    The Office of Sustainability, a part of the Facilities Management Division, and the University Police Department have installed three new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations.

    As electric vehicles become more popular, the presence of EV charging stations on campus will make it more convenient for our campus community and visitors.  Two EV chargers are located on level two of the parking pavilion, and one is in the Madison Avenue parking lot.  The Madison Avenue location is supplied electricity generated from the University Solar Project.  

    The EV spaces are open to all faculty, staff, students, and visitors that have electric vehicles.  Charging time is limited to four hours per vehicle per day. In addition to a valid University of Scranton parking permit, an EV parking permit is required to use the EV charging stations. A premium of $50 is required on your annual parking permit fee. 

    Visitors may use the EV charging stations, but they must have a temporary EV charging permit at no charge. If you require any of these special permits, please see Parking Services in the Parking Pavilion.

    If you have any questions please contact Mark Murphy, director of Sustainability, at (570) 941-6267 or Catherine Sanderson, coordinator of Parking Services (570) 941-7879.

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