Sep 9, 2018 - 08:31 pm

Nissan & EVgo open EV charging corridor in the USA


Nissan and EVgo have opened an EV fast-charging corridor along the I-95 from Washington DC and Boston. The stretch features fifty-two 50 kW HPCs in nine locations.

Each charging station is capable of charging up to four EVs simultaneously, and an upgrade for the 50 kW chargers to a 150 kW capacity is possible. The route between Washington DC and Boston is quite densely populated.

In Australia, Nissan has received funding to research grid-less charging of EVs from solar sources and batteries, along with partners CSIRO and Delta.,,,,


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09.09.2018 20:04