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BMW and Nissan for DC Fast-Charging

December 24, 2015 in Companies, Electric Drive, EVs, EVSE by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

120 Dual Port 50-Kilowatt Units in 19 States with Goal
Of Supporting Longer-Distance 100% Battery EV Travel

BMW and Nissan are trumpeting installation of 50-kilowatt DC Fast charge units “at 120 locations across 19 states.” They’re supporting drivers of electric vehicle including their own Leaf and i3 models, while promoting “increased adoption of electric vehicles nationwide.”

BMW and Nissan are installing 50-kilowatt DC chargers with both Chademo and SAE Combo connectors, seeking to support ‘all EV drivers in the U.S. whose vehicles are equipped with quick-charge ports.’

BMW and Nissan are installing 50-kilowatt DC chargers with both Chademo and SAE Combo connectors, seeking to support ‘all EV drivers in the U.S. whose vehicles are equipped with quick-charge ports.’ Signet chargers, manufactured in Korea, are supplied by Green Power Technology.



The public-access, Greenlots-networked chargers feature both Chademo and SAE Combo connectors. They are thus suitable, the automakers say, for all DC fast-chare-capable EVs in the U.S.

The 50-kilowatt chargers are now available in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, North and South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin, states a release.

Fostering ‘Range Confidence’

“We are focused on facilitating longer distance travel so that even more drivers will choose to experience the convenience of e-mobility for themselves” BMW North America connected e-mobility manager Cliff Fietzek says in the joint release.

“By working with BMW to increase the number of available public quick-chargers, we are able to further enhance range confidence among EV drivers across the country,” Nissan EV sales and marketing director Andrew Speaker.

Signet 50-kilowatt model FC50K-CC-S chargers, manufactured in Korea are supplied by Green Power Technology.


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