An estimated 40 million plug-in electric vehicles, such as the Nissan LEAF, GM Chevrolet Volt, Fisker Karma, Tesla Model S, Ford Focus Electric as well as many others, are expected to be on the road by 2030.
“As part of the developing smart grid, we will install Coulomb ’smart charging’ stations – one of the most advanced and integrated way to charge EVs,” said Michael D. Fark
“Flying is stressful enough. The last thing our customers need to worry about is if their electric vehicle will be charged up and ready to drive upon their return"
The 7.2 kW output delivers Level II (208/240 V @ 30 A) charging via the standard SAE J1772™ connector and fixed 18-foot cable. The 2 kW output delivers Level I (120 V @ 16 A) charging via a standard NEMA 5-20 receptacle protected behind a locking door. Both outputs can deliver energy simultaneously.
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