Plug-In NCW has established haL2 (>70A) EVSE stations along the scenic tourism routes in central Washington with the donations of EV drivers and supporters. It seemed easy because so many people want to take their electric vehicles around the Cascade Loop and enjoy the many activities the northern Cascades offer. We completed the first EV80 accessible federally recognized Scenic Loop (Cascade Loop) and are now working on the first EV80 drivable route across Washington State. We are currently striving to connect Spokane to our recreational paradise by placing haL2 EVSE units in Coulee City, Davenport and Grand Coulee. Our criteria for a Host site requires that there are activities to participate in while charging. As we move further eastward it is more difficult to find a site that meets these objectives. In Coulee City we have a golden opportunity at the Banks Lake Brew. It is located on Highway 2 across the road from the beautiful city park on the shore of Banks Lake. There is a crosswalk from the Banks Lake Brew to a hiking path that follows the lake shore, they serve excellent coffee, food and maintain an up-scale environment and it is only a few blocks walk into "downtown" Coulee City. We have an installation bid that is more than the owner can afford so we are asking you to help. Please make a donation now! Checks should be made payable to, Plug-In North Central Washington, and sent to, PO Box 4107, Wenatchee, WA 98807-4107. You can also use the "Donate" button on our web site. Please indicate that your donation is to help with installations on Highway 2. We will recognize you donation with a federal tax compliant receipt.