ZEV Station has now launched its first public charging stations, at the Palm Springs Art Museum in California. The new chargers offer both CCS and Tesla charging plugs.
ZEV Station recently secured three California ZEV infrastructure Grants totaling $2.7 million: CEC Rural Charging; EnergIIZE Jumpstart; and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Incentive (HVIP) for ZEV Fleet’s electric vans. The grants will help accelerate the company’s next project, a “highway environmental oasis” off Interstate 10 in Palm Springs.
ZEV Station subsidiary ZEV Fleet plans to demonstrate a total cost of ownership (TCO) model, by leasing electric step vans to last-mile delivery fleets.
“It’s our firm belief that EV charging and later hydrogen will replace gasoline and diesel, respectively,” said ZEV Station CEO Jesse Schneider. “ZEV Station is planning next year to have a larger site, a premier location off I-10, to showcase exactly this.”
Source: Green Car Congress