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EV Chargers

Electric Vehicle (EV) charging is an essential topic for many local utilities. The implications and necessary infrastructure enhancements can seem overwhelming, but ECG’s Engineering team stands ready to offer guidance and assistance. We are equipped to support on various fronts, including readiness assessments, grid preparedness, and essential infrastructure upgrades. 

ECG is dedicated to providing comprehensive support for all aspects of EV charging. Strategic planning and budgeting are essential components to consider. It is important to note that consumer adoption of EVs is projected to progress gradually in the coming years. Therefore, there is no immediate need to be alarmed, as there is adequate time to make necessary preparations. 

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Brian Jaynes

Vice President, Engineering


Brian Jaynes

Upcoming Events

15
April 2024

Overhead Hotline School Class 10

1 PM EST

ECG’s Overhead Hotline School is designed to give linemen and Apprentice Lineworker Program graduates additional training. The program is simulated energized and at no time will students handle energized conductors. The school’s focus is to train students… read more

24
April 2024

ECG Board Meeting

10 AM EST

The April ECG Board Meeting will be held at the MEAG Power Transmission Training Facility. This meeting will also be available via Zoom; information is attached. ECG Board meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of every month at the MEAG Training Facility… read more

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3
May 2024

GA Lineman's Rodeo

9 AM EST

The Georgia Lineman’s Rodeo Association (GLRA) is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia. The purpose of the association is to support and conduct an annual Linemen’s Rodeo, to maintain a focus on safety, training,… read more

20
May 2024

Apprentice Class 62C

8 AM EST

ECG’s Powerline Workers Apprenticeship Program is a three-year certification designed to enhance utility employees’ knowledge and skills in this field. Powerline workers are responsible for building, improving, and maintaining the poles and wires that… read more