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Torrison installs EV charging stations

Connecticut electric vehicle owners have already benefited from a recent surge in state incentives, and now, business owners are jumping into the fast lane of savings.

Torrison Stone & Garden in Durham is one business that recently installed an EV charging system for its environmentally-minded customers through CT Electric Car.

“As a business that specializes in the design and construction of outdoor living spaces, installing two EV charging systems enhances our underlying company mission of creating a beautiful, earth-friendly environment,” said Tyler Gerry, owner of Torrison Stone & Garden. “Since most of our customers are already green-minded, having the chargers onsite gives them another reason to visit us.”

Torrison Stone & Garden is an award-winning landscape construction company specializing in stone and landscape design, installation and maintenance.

Since 2000, the family-owned business has worked with homeowners across Connecticut to improve upon and create outdoor living spaces that set the bar for the industry through quality craftsmanship, attention to detail and superior customer service.

CT Electric Car is a ChargePoint-certified installer. Based in Newington, the company has installed commercial charging systems in high-profile locations throughout the state including Blue Back Square, the UConn campus in Storrs, Whole Foods, and Bishop’s Corner, as well as within multiple municipalities, state agencies and police departments.

The company is also qualified to install and wire Tesla Motor Cars’ charging system throughout the state.

“For the past 10 years, we have facilitated the installation process for home and business owners from start to finish, which includes acquiring an electrical permit, final inspection by the town electrical inspector and the rebate application,” CT Electric Car owner Ed Ingalls said.

“It can get complicated and confusing as new rebate programs continually roll out, so we serve as the liaison between the customer and the particular power company to ensure that the entire process goes smoothly.”


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