Flight Deck Brewing Installs EV Charging Stations
Flight Deck Brewing Unveils Publicly-Accessible Electric Car Chargers Powered By 100% Renewable Energy
Flight Deck Brewing, in partnership with Revision Energy and Tesla Motors, will be unveiling four publicly accessible electric car chargers on Friday, December 1st at 11 a.m. MRRA’s Steve Levesque will speak at the event, which is open to the media as well.
The chargers will be powered with 100 percent renewable energy, including anaerobic biodigestion and solar – one of the only such instances in Maine.
Flight Deck Brewing, an 8-month old, locally-owned business, will be paying for the electricity used by the chargers, asking only that users consider purchasing beer (to-go) to help support that cost. The complimentary chargers, x3 of which are for Tesla vehicles and x1 Level 2 charger is available for other brands/models, are placed in the main parking lot of Flight Deck Brewing.
Having already welcomed more than 50,000 people through our doors over the last 8 months,Flight Deck is seeking to increase the number of EV drivers choosing to visit Brunswick Landing through marketing on charging station apps, local transportation materials, and tourism campaigns.
ABOUT FLIGHT DECK BREWING:
Flight Deck Brewing was born in the summer of 2016, when a team of beer lovers tasted an opportunity to bring a destination brewery to the thriving community, tourism corridor and college town of Brunswick, Maine. Flight Deck is located on Brunswick Landing, the
redeveloped Brunswick Naval Air Station.
Flight Deck’s home is in the former Small Arms Range – a rectangular, bullet-proof concrete building which we sliced and diced to transform into a sunny, warm, inviting space. As you walk from the entrance down “the Range” to the tasting room, you’ll pass through 800 lb doors and see pock marks on the walls from our building’s former life. Look a bit more carefully, and you’ll see evidence of our extensive re-use of materials from other buildings on the Landing.
The Air Station was active from WW2 through 2011, when it was closed and handed over to the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA). Since then, over 100 businesses have made Brunswick Landing home, bringing thousands of jobs with them.
For more info. contact:
Nate Wildes, Flight Deck Brewing – 207.776.4268 | firstname.lastname@example.org