CarCharging offers electric vehicle charging service at Miami International Auto Show

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CarCharging offers electric vehicle charging service at Miami International Auto Show

Greentech Lead U.S: Car Charging Group, a provider of
convenient electric vehicle (EV) charging services, is providing EV charging
services at the 42nd Annual Miami International Auto Show at the
Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida.

The EV charging services are available for EVs driven to
the show in the parking lot in front of the convention center, as well as for
the EVs participating in the show’s ECO Experience Ride-Along. For the
first time in the show’s history, the Ride-Along will provide show attendees
with the opportunity to test ride the latest EV models inside the convention
center.

CarCharging’s services utilize EV charging stations,
known as Level II, which provide 240 volts with 32 amps of power to quickly
refuel an electric vehicle’s battery. EV drivers can easily initiate use
and payment at any intelligent CarCharging station via a small RFID card.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the
42nd Annual Miami International Auto Show,” said Michael D. Farkas,
CEO of CarCharging. “We are excited to educate show attendees on the ease
of EV charging and provide EV drivers with our evCharge card.”

The CarCharging RFID card, evCharge card, also allows
drivers to use charging locations on the ChargePoint Network, the largest
national online network connecting EV drivers to EV charging
stations. CarCharging stations also accept direct payment via credit card.

Recently CarCharging also announced it is offering
services to residents at Echelon at K Station, one of Downtown Chicago’s
leading apartment rental communities. Echelon at K Station is located at
353 N. Desplaines Street in Chicago, Illinois, which is set in the Fulton River
District near River North and the West Loop. The community has thirty-nine
floors and includes 350 luxury apartments.

CarCharging’s services utilize EV charging stations
manufactured by ChargePoint, known as Level II, which provide 240 volts with 32
amps of power to quickly refuel an electric vehicle’s battery. EV drivers can
easily request a CarCharging card online, and attach this small RFID card to their
keychain to initiate use and payment at any intelligent CarCharging station.
 

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