Wolf Trap and General Motors Go Green this Summer
June 22, 2011 3:37 pm ET
For its 40th anniversary season, the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and General Motors want to make it easier and more convenient for motorists to go green. That’s why this summer, the two organizations have teamed up to install three 240-V, EV charging stations—two at The Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and one at The Barns at Wolf Trap.
A Chevrolet Volt can be fully charged in just four hours at these stations and any other electric vehicle can be plugged in and charged while at Wolf Trap. These new stations enable Wolf Trap patrons to charge their green vehicles while they enjoy performances, arts education classes or events.
The installation of the charging stations represents the latest initiative in Wolf Trap’s internationally acclaimed Go Green program. To learn more, please visit Wolf Trap’s Go Green Site.
Additionally, Wolf Trap is a founding member of the Green Music Group (GMG), a coalition of musicians, industry leaders, and music fans working to create widespread environmental change within the music industry and around the globe.
To view the full press release on this initiative, please click here.