ATCO Electric introduces ‘exciting technology’ to the valley
On June 8, ATCO Electric introduced a new electric car charging station in the town parking lot behind CIBC for more tourist attractions to the valley.
After lots of cooperation between the Town of Drumheller, and Sun Country Highway, ATCO chose Drumheller to showcase the new accessibility for electric cars.
“Well it’s a busy, touristy community,” said Terry Tonsi, ATCO District Manager. “We felt the opportunity that people would use this charging station was a high potential and this technology is so new, we have to get it out and make sure people use it.”
There are currently two charging stations located at the town parking lot and the Badlands Community Facility (BCF).
Sun Country Highway designs and builds the individual stations which is now consid- ered the fastest electric vehicle charging network in the world.
The company was able to attend the event in style, sport- ing its model.
As more access the luxury Tesla electric users continue to chargers, ATCO will adapt and analyze the data collected from the machines.
“We are trying to understand it at this time but Drum- friends. The day ended with a lively dance and a late evening buffet. It was a great day and the beautiful bride and debonair groom looked stunning and ever so happy!
The Rees’s lot in Craigmyle looked a bit like an RV park, as a number of friends had provided their units as accommodation for out of area family. Bev competently fed at least 40 people the evening before the wedding.
Once again, I need to thank all the fine people who have given their best wishes and prayers for the recovery of our son. Corey has improved enough that he was released from the Calgary Hospital. He and Kelly, his wife and caregiv- heller is a perfect spot due to the tourism and high volume of traffic,” said Tonsi.
Overall, ATCO is proud to explore and expand into this new age of electric vehicles, hoping to become an industry leader.
It’s very exciting technology. To see electric vehicles drive down the road and have zero emissions and you know it’s protecting the environment and it’s green, it’s very, very exciting.”
“It’s very exciting technology,” said Tonsi “To see electric vehicles drive down the road and have zero emissions and you know it’s protecting the environment and it’s green, it’s very, very exciting.”
“Myself and the organization is tickled pink that we’re doing this.” er, chose to bring their trailer to the farm for a spell, where he can continue to recover in the quiet of “Mother Nature.” Recovery will take a very long time, but we are moving in the right direction. Even the medical people at the Foothills Hospital are amazed by his progress up to this point.
Birthday Greetings go out to Lynn Brinkman on June 16; Justin and Spencer Irwin on June 17; Gail Olmstead on June 18; Jim Hunter on June 19 and Marlene Bannister on June 20. Happy Anniversary to Reg and Kathy Rew on June 17 and to Barry and Marlene Bannister on June 19. May all of you have a great day!
District Manager Terry Tonsi and Customer Service Supervisor Sylvia Adams stand together to demonstrate the simplicity of the electric car charger that has now been installed in the town parking lot in Downtown Drumheller on June 8.