Hot off the press, AT&T & City Officials will be announcing the debut of solar mobile charging station throughout the 5 boroughs of NYC. New Yorkers will be able to power there devices on the go. AT&T street charge is a sustainable solution that was developed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, it will allow those in NYC to solar charge there devices using the power of the sun.
The announcement will take place Today June 18th, at Fort Green Park, Brooklyn.
Check out full press release below.
AT&T AND CITY OFFICIALS DEBUT SOLAR MOBILE CHARGING STATIONS SO NEW YORKERS CAN CHARGE THEIR PHONES ON THE GO
“AT&T Street Charge” Available in Outdoor Venues in All Five Boroughs Throughout the Summer
Brooklyn, NY (June 18, 2013)—New Yorkers will soon be able to power their phones and other devices on the go this summer as part of a pilot initiative to bring solar mobile charging to all five boroughs, AT&T and City officials will announce Tuesday. AT&T Street Charge is a sustainable solution developed in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy that will allow the public to charge phones, tablets and other devices using the power of the sun.
WHAT: AT&T and City Officials Launch Solar Mobile Charging Stations in NYC’s five boroughs
WHO: AT&T’s New York State President Marissa Shorenstein
New York City Parks and Recreation Commissioner Veronica White
New York City Chief Digital Officer Rachel Sterne Haot
Goal Zero CEO Joe Atkin
Pensa Partner Mark Prommel
WHEN: Tuesday, June 18 at 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn
(Enter at DeKalb Avenue and Washington Park/Cumberland Street)