City Transportation Planner Tim Davis was appointed September 3, 2013 to the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council by Govern Martin O’Malley for a term to expire on June 30, 2015.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
City Planner Davis Appointed to Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council
Frederick, MD – City Transportation Planner Tim Davis was appointed September 3, 2013 to the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council by Govern Martin O’Malley for a term to expire on June 30, 2015. Maryland is one of twelve members of the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network focused on economic growth, clean energy and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions stemming from use of traditional oil based fuels.
“Being asked to be on the Council is both a professional and personal honor. I will use my background in transportation planning as a contribution to the Council’s efforts,” said Tim Davis.
“Tim’s dedication to broadening transportation initiatives in The City of Frederick is outstanding and he will be a definite asset to the Council,” said Mayor Randy McClement.
Maryland’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council (Council), created by legislation introduced by the Governor in 2011, was charged with planning the successful integration of electric vehicles into Maryland’s communities and transportation system. The Council, which met sixteen times between August 2011 and December 2012, is comprised of representatives of automobile manufacturers and dealers, manufacturers of electric vehicle charging equipment, utilities, electrical workers, State and local governments, and environmental and energy experts.
The EVIC will continue its efforts in the future as this area grows throughout the state and the nation.