Station Openings and Events Galore!

Last week was a big week for Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities. It started off with the long-awaited grand opening of a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) station in Jackson, WY.  Energy Conservation Works, one of our Jackson non-profit partners did a great job getting the station installed and planning an awesome opening! Below some of the speakers, including Alicia Cox, Phil Cameron, and Governor Matt Mead speak about the importance of CNG in Wyoming.

Governor Matt Mead

Phil Cameron, Executive Director of Energy Conservation Works

Alicia Cox, Executive Director of Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities

On Wednesday, Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities staff traveled to Montana where we had ribbon cuttings for three stations funded through our EVSE rebate program.  Two stations were installed in downtown Big Sky, literally putting it on the map for EV charging.

Partial funders YTCC and MT DEQ cut the ribbon on the two new ChargePoint stations in Big Sky. A big thanks to Lone Mountain Land Company and Simkins Family for having the foresight to prioritize projects like these.

Wednesday afternoon, we drove up to Bozeman for the global reveal of Kerb Space’s new charging system and a National Drive Electric Week event. Speakers Alicia Cox, Natalie Meyer, and Mayor Carson Taylor spoke about the importance of EVs in cleaning up our transportation footprint. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle did a write up about the new Kerb EVSE. Read it here.

Attendees bravely eat ice cream in the rain behind the Chevy Bolt on display.

The week finished off with a Drive Electric Week Event in Riverton, WY at one of the stations installed by Wild West EV.

Station openings like these will just keep happening in this region, and we are getting much closer to the goal of having regional infrastructure networks for both CNG and EVSE! Keep following our efforts to see what happens next.