On Thursday, Seven States Power Corporation celebrated the installation of eight electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on the campus of East Tennessee State University (ETSU). The project was funded by students, powered by BrightRidge, and marks the 100th installation by Seven States Power in the Tennessee Valley since the company’s first installation in Johnson City in 2019.
“It was an exciting day as we celebrated the installation of eight electric vehicle charging stations on the campus of ETSU,” said Betsey Kirk
The Tennessee Valley Corridor (TVC) National Summit promotes initiatives that advance its mission and encourage ongoing collaboration in energy, science, environment, space, national security and education. Seven States Power was honored to sponsor the event, themed “The Power of Partnerships and Collaboration,” and held June 2-3, 2021, on the University of Tennessee (UT) campus in Knoxville.
One summit session featured a panel discussion moderated by UT Vice President Dr. Stacey Patterson, and featured UT-Oak Ridge Innovation Institute Executive Director Dr. Joan
We ended last week by celebrating a new chapter in the history of @STEMC_TN alongside @TVAnews, @TNEnvironment, @freedhardeman, and local leaders. Together, we are building out the Valley’s EV infrastructure.