TCAT-Athens receives charging stations

In an effort to increase awareness about green alternatives, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) donated two electric vehicle charging stations to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Athens on Wednesday. The stations will be used to create curriculum around electric vehicle charging. Both are expected to be placed in spots around the area by students of TCAT-Athens. Shown here during the donation are (from left) McMinn County Mayor John Gentry, TCAT student Landen Kibler, TVA President and CEO Jeff Lyash, TCAT instructor Austen Taubert, TCAT student Kaitlin Slaughter and Assistant to the McMinn County Mayor Mark Cochran.

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