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County Opening 13 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

By September 12, 2018 No Comments

Author: County of Lambton

Wyoming, ON – The County of Lambton is opening 13 publicly-available electric vehicle charging stations across the community.

The stations operate on the FLO network and were installed, in part, through funding totalling nearly $104,000 from Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation.

“These charging stations represent an opportunity for our community to generate a positive impact on local greenhouse gas emissions,” said Lambton County Warden Bill Weber. “This series of installations also substantially expands the local network of charging stations available to electric vehicle drivers in Lambton.”

Charging stations, installed by Preferred Electric of Sarnia, are available at the following County of Lambton facilities:

Oil City Public Works Depot (1)

Lambton Shores
Lambton Heritage Museum (1)
North Lambton Lodge (2)

Oil Springs
Oil Museum of Canada (1)

Lambton Meadowview Villa (2)
Petrolia Public Works Depot (1)

County Administration Building (2)

Point Edward
Lambton Public Health (2)

Marshall Gowland Manor (1)
*installation pending

Although not mandatory, paying for charging at these stations is easiest through the use of a FLO payment card, which links to a user’s individual credit card. 50 FLO payment cards are available on a first come, first-served basis by contacting the County’s Procurement & Project Management Department at 519-845-0801, however it is the cardholder’s responsibility to load and maintain a sufficient card balance.

For additional details on electric vehicle charging stations in Lambton and the FLO network, click on “Electric Vehicle Charging Stations” under the “Residents” heading at

Please contact:

Bill Weber
County of Lambton
[email protected]

John Innes
GM, Finance, Facilities and Court Services
County of Lambton
[email protected]