Technical assistance

Sunnyvale Community Briefings for the week of July 8 – The Mercury News

Garage sale of the museum

The Sunnyvale Historical Society is hosting an outdoor sale at the Heritage Park Museum on Saturday, July 16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The sale features a wide selection of vintage items from the museum’s collections, including fine china and crystal, silverware, table linens, embroidered and lace-trimmed napkins, and tea towels. Many everyday items will also be on sale.

The sale will take place at 570 E. Remington Drive. The museum itself will not be open, but visitors will be able to browse the museum shop.

For more information, visit http://www.heritagparkmuseum.org.

Complex fees for electric vehicles

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) is offering $1.4 million in technical and financial assistance to increase charger accessibility and support electric vehicle (EV) adoption in multi-family properties. Multi-family properties with four or more units that are customers of the Sunnyvale-based green power aggregator can receive up to $40,000 for EV charger installations. Affordable housing can receive up to $45,000.

Applicants must complete the SVCE FutureFit Assist program prior to receiving setup funding. The program provides free site assessment technical assistance and will help properties assess the best EV charging for their site before the installation process begins.

“Multi-family residents in particular face greater barriers to accessing convenient and affordable home charging, one of the most important factors in deciding to drive electric,” said Liz Gibbons, Board Chair of director of SVCE and board member of Campbell.

For more information or to apply, visit www.svcleanenergy.org/multifamily-charge.