Shorepower Unveils Level II Charging Station
On December 16th, Shorepower unveiled their new level 2 charging station at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The installation was timed with the delivery of the first all electric, emission free, Nissan Leaf to a private citizen.
Since deploying its first Level 1 station in 2008, Shorepower continues to pioneer the EV infrastructure space. “This is an exciting time for electric vehicles as we deploy the first of many Level 2 stations in preparation for new cars coming to market,” said Jeff Kim, President of Shorepower.
Currently, the OMSI station provides free energy to EVs. Recharging an electric vehicle on a 240V Level 2 Charging Station can provide up to 25 miles of range for every hour of charging depending on the type of electric vehicle.
Over the coming months and years, Shorepower will retrofit existing Level 1 stations and add many new public and private plug-in stations across the country.
Shorepower is a transportation electrification infrastructure company offering simple, cost-effective solutions for connecting cars and trucks to the electrical grid including Truck Stop Electrification (TSE) and charging stations for Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles.
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