CarCharging opens EV Charging Services at Santana Row

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CarCharging opens EV Charging Services at Santana Row

By Greentech Lead America: Car Charging Group in
partnership with Federal Realty, a real estate developer in the U.S. has opened
it new electric vehicle charging station in Winchester garage at San Jose’s
popular Santana Row shopping district. CarCharging now offers quick and easy EV
charging services to Santana Row commuters, residents, shoppers, and employees.

“We continue to extend the footprint of our EV
charging services in California, to support the hottest markets for sales of
electric vehicles and growing consumer demand for EV charging services.
CarCharging is committed to delivering convenient EV charging services to
provide all EV drivers with easy access to our services,” said Michael D.
Farkas, CEO of CarCharging. 

Santana Row is Silicon Valley’s premier shopping, dining,
and living destination with over 100 merchants, including 20 restaurants, 9
spas & salons, 70 shops and boutiques, and over 600 luxury rental homes.
With a 212-room European-style boutique hotel and six-screen arts theatre the
one-of-a-kind neighborhood consistently draws large numbers of visitors from
across the San Francisco Bay area.

“With a growing number of our residents, employees
and visitors now driving EVs, providing EV charging stations is an added
convenience and service we are excited to offer,” said Collette
Navarrette, director of marketing for Federal Realty/Santana Row.

CarCharging’s service utilizes a Coulomb Technologies EV
fast charging station, known as Level II, which provides 240 volts with 32 amps
of power to quickly refuel an electric vehicle’s battery.

CarCharging EV charging stations utilize the standard
SAE J1772 connector widely adopted by nearly all automobile manufacturers. EV
drivers can easily register and create a CarCharging account online, and attach
a small card to their keychain to initiate use and payment at any intelligent
CarCharging station. The CarCharging keychain card also allows drivers to use
charging locations on the ChargePoint Network. CarCharging also accepts direct
payment via credit card.

The ChargePoint mobile application also provides real-time
charging station locations with turn-by-turn directions. Drivers will soon
be able to reserve a time slot, guaranteeing access to EV charging stations to
recharge their electric vehicle. 

Car Charging Group expands electric vehicle charging services
to Lower Manhattan

recently, Car Charging Group opened its new electric
vehicle charging services at the Rapid Park garage at 25 Beekman Street, lower
Manhattan.

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