Green Charge, NRG Drive Energy Storage in California
Green Charge Networks and NRG eVgo have partnered to deploy 10 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with integrated energy storage in California by the end of 2014. Five of those eVgoDC stations, using Green Charge’s GreenStation energy storage, are already in operation.
NRG eVgo is currently building a network of more than 200 Freedom Station fast-charging sites as well as the infrastructure to support Level 2 charging at multi-family residences and workplaces throughout the state of California.
The partners say their collaboration will help achieve California’s Zero Emissions Vehicle goal of 1.5 million plug-in vehicles on the road by 2025, as well as its AB2514 energy storage mandate of deploying 1.3 GW of energy storage capacity by 2020.
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