MotorWeek features Powering Chicago in Recent Episode on EV Infrastructure
Longest running automotive TV series features Powering Chicago on PBS
MotorWeek recently came out to Chicago to learn more about how Powering Chicago's highly skilled Electrical Contractors and electricians are installing the much needed infrastructure to support electric vehicle growth in the region. The episode will feature a recent install at a Chicagoland Auto Dealership, by ECA Member Jamerson & Bauwens Electrical Contractors, as well as the renewable energy training program at the IBEW 134 / NECA Chicago Technical Institute (IN-Tech). The segment aired the week of May 1st on PBS (WTTW Chicago) and other PBS stations throughout the country.
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