Any news on the DCFC infrastructure in CA?

Discussion in 'General' started by JyChevyVolt, Dec 21, 2017.

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  1. JyChevyVolt

    JyChevyVolt Active Member

    Three charging infrastructures badly needed in California.

    Interstate "the" 5 from the grapevine to Los Banos that links Southern California to Oregon.

    Interstate 15 from Victorville to Las Vegas.

    Interstate 10 from Palm Springs to Phoenix, AZ.
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  3. HVACman

    HVACman New Member

    First 50 kW CCS/Chademo charge station installed with the CEC north-south corridor program put on-line in near my office in Redding last month. Also two L2 J1772 stations. It's by Chargepoint. No free program involved. I checked it out last week. The utility put in a dedicated 300 kVA transformer and switchgear, so they have capacity to upgrade to 150 kW chargers in the future. The plan is to install a station every 20-30 miles along I-5 between the OR border and San Diego. Not all will be Chargepoint. Several vendors were selected for various corridors.

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