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Ivy Charging Network – Park & Charge in Carleton Place

Carleton Place is excited to offer a new service to the community and those who may be passing by. The Town has partnered with Ivy Charging Network to open three (3) – two (2) port electric vehicle (EV) charging locations which means two (2) cars can charge at each location at one (1) time.

The charging stations can be found in the following locations:

  1. The Police/Fire Station at 15 Coleman Street
  2. The Neelin Street Community Centre (Arena) at 75 Neelin Street
  3. The Carleton Place Public Library at 101 Beckwith Street

How to Charge:

  • Activate your session by app, by RFID, or by phone
  • Plug in
  • Press Start Charge in your app or tap your RFID to get going
  • Press Stop in your app or tap your RFID to finish
  • Unplug and go!

Keep it clean. Keep it Enjoyable. Help make every charging experience a great one by following these tips:

  • Don’t unplug another vehicle
  • Please move your vehicle once your charge is complete
  • Put the charging cord away once you’re done
  • Help us keep the area clean and tidy.

“This Council views these new chargers as an economic benefit to the community as we now have more public infrastructure to entice tourists to our community to visit and support our local businesses,” says Doug Black, Mayor of the Town of Carleton Place.

“This also provides an opportunity for the Town to consider more sustainable options for our municipal fleet in the future.”

“We thank the Town of Carleton Place for choosing Ivy to help them bring electric vehicle charging infrastructure to their community. By expanding our network to offer level 2 chargers, we will ensure that EV drivers today and, in the future, have a trusted network to get them where they need to go,” said Michael Kitchen, General Manager, Ivy Charging Network.

“We’re making electric vehicles more affordable and charging more accessible where Canadians live, work and play. Investing in more EV chargers, like the ones announced today in Ontario, will put more Canadians in the driver’s seat on the road to a net-zero future and help achieve our climate goals,” said the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Natural Resources.

Ivy Charging Network is a joint venture between Hydro One and Ontario Power Generation (OPG) with partial funding from Natural Resources Canada’s Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program.

About Ivy Charging Network:

Ivy Charging Network is building one of Ontario’s largest and most connected electric vehicle charging networks through its Charge & Go level 3 and Park & Charge level 2 networks. The company opened its first Charge & Go location in 2019 and once complete, will connect Ontario from north to south and east to west. Each Charge & Go and Park & Charge location have multiple chargers all designed to make charging easy, reliable and seamless. Ivy Charging Network is a joint venture between Hydro One and Ontario Power Generation with additional funding provided by Natural Resources Canada.

Our website is ivycharge.com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @ivycharge and LinkedIn at Ivy Charging Network.

Media can contact Ivy Charging Network Media Relations 24 hours a day at 1-877-506-7584 (toll-free in Ontario only) or 416-345-6868.