Tarrant County College Gets NRG Street Charge Donation, Powers Phones with the Sun

Community donation provides free device charging for students and area residents

Students at Tarrant County College will help install an NRG Street Charge® station, a 12.5-foot tower equipped with solar panels and a bevy of mobile device charging cables where consumers can plug in and get a free charge. This NRG project with Tarrant County College continues the company’s ongoing community outreach across Texas and the nation. Street Charge® is part of NRG’s power-on-the-go family of products and represents the latest in advanced technology and offerings from NRG. It follows NRG’s mission to power people’s lives at home and wherever they are. Additionally, the Street Charge® provides Tarrant County College a unique way to further its goal to help meet the needs of its students.

Peter Grant Jordan, Ed.D., President, Tarrant County College South Campus
Bill Clayton, Executive Director, NRG Retail Charitable Foundation
Friday, April 10, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
*** NOTE: In the event of rain, the donation will be recognized indoors and the Street Charge® unit will not be part of the presentation ***
Mall of Tarrant County College South Campus Student Center (SSTU)
5301 Campus Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119