Town unveils charging stations for electric cars at Mount Sinai’s Heritage Park


The Town of Brookhaven is making a push to go green in Mount Sinai.

On Aug. 21, town officials unveiled four Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Heritage Park.

According to a town spokesperson, the installation of the charging stations — which can be used by residents and visitors alike — is part of Supervisor Ed Romaine’s “Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Initiative.”

That initiative involves a five-year capital plan to greatly reduce Greenhouse Gases being emitted from within the town.

“The air quality on Long Island has consistently has been rated as very poor,” said Romaine at the unveiling.  “This is an opportunity for us to try and convince people who are thinking about electric to go electric.”

The new charging stations can be found at the park’s south end parking lot, through the entrance on Moin Sinai-Coram Road.

Top: The new electric charging stations at Heritage Park. (Courtesy of Town of Brookhaven.)