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New fast chargers for electric vehicles installed in Soledad – Salinas Valley Tribune

SOLEDAD – EV Range Inc., a leader in zero-emission vehicle charging station management software solutions and installation services, has announced the launch of new fast chargers for electric vehicles at Soledad.

“We are very excited to bring these chargers to the drivers of Highway 101,” said Carl Pancutt, CEO of EV Range. “Unlike most chargers currently available in California, Soledad chargers can deliver up to 200 miles in just 15 minutes, which is the ideal point for those driving on road corridors. In addition, our driver app implements a methodology frictionless chargers and our backend charger management system monitors chargers in real time to immediately resolve downtime issues.

The electric vehicle market is rapidly moving from the first users to the mass market, and electric vehicles become the main and only vehicle of a person.

Although many people can load their cars at home or near their workplace, reach anxiety is a major problem when driving beyond those areas, according to Pancutt. This becomes particularly acute during long-distance travel and in rural corridors, such as along Highway 101 in Monterey County.

EV Range chargers in Soledad can deliver up to 200 miles in just 15 minutes. (Contributed)

Soledad’s new fast chargers are located in the mall parking lot near Starbucks, right next to the road, at 3070 H Dela Rosa Sr St.

“Our property has many shops and restaurants that attract travelers through downtown California. The installation of fast chargers allows us to add much-needed new comfort for electric vehicle drivers,” said Beau Oxsen of Shaw Development, which manages the center’s property. commercial Soledad. “In addition, we are able to further monetize our unique location and attract more people to our tenants’ establishments. Everyone wins.”

The process to put these chargers online for future testing was conducted in conjunction with the Monterey Bay Air Resources District (MBARD), which was instrumental in helping fund this state-of-the-art cargo site.

“MBARD’s goal is to improve air quality in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties,” said David Frisbey, MBARD’s director of air planning and monitoring. “We are in a new world of opportunities to mitigate the environmental impacts of cars and trucks. Working with companies like EV Range and real estate owners of road corridors allows us to ensure that electric vehicles can travel easily across the North Central Coast Air Basin.”

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