BRUNSWICK — Flight Deck Brewing, in partnership with Revision Energy and Tesla Motors, will unveil four publicly accessible electric car chargers on Friday, Dec. 1, at 11 a.m.
The chargers will be powered with 100 percent renewable energy, making the Brunswick Landing brewery one of the only places in the state so equipped.
According to a press release Monday from co-founder Nate Wildes, the chargers are an effort to expand the brewery’s scope of renewable operations and bring a service to Brunswick that is not readily available in the area.
He said the initiative is also aimed at increasing the number of electric vehicle drivers who choose to visit Brunswick Landing, where Flight Deck Brewing has been in business for the past eight months.
Three of the devices will be for Tesla vehicles. The other charger will be available for other brands of electric cars, and all of them will be in Flight Deck’s main parking lot. The company will pay for the electricity used by the chargers, asking that users consider purchasing beer in return to help support the cost.