Saint-Siméon wants municipalities to have priority over electrical terminals

Saint-Siméon wants municipalities to have priority over electrical terminals
Saint-Siméon wants municipalities to have priority over electrical terminals

While Hydro-Québec prepares to install 7,000 new charging stations by 2030 before leaving Electric Circuit management to the private sector, Sylvain Tremblay believes that this would be a solution to the debate on income diversification in the municipal environment.

According to him, this alternative could be of interest and contribute to resolving some of the issues facing several municipalities:

Mr. Tremblay argues that the municipalities were the first partners for the development of the Electric Circuit, an argument that he intends to bring to Quebec. Even if some municipalities could be reluctant about the cost of managing electrical terminals, in any case, the private sector is not likely to be far away:

Furthermore, Saint-Siméon confirms that his discussions with Tesla were fruitful. The company will install 8 fast charging stations at the new Halte des Bouleaux, in exchange for fees to the municipality.

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