Florida company brings EV charging stations to the Big Apple

The stations will be located in multi-residential buildings and monthly parking garages, and will use Coulomb’s Level 2 chargers powered by the ChargePoint Network.

 

Miami-based CarCharging Group (OTCBB: CCGI) has announced that it received funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to supply and install 15 EV charging stations in New York City. The CarCharging stations, which will be located in multi-residential buildings and monthly parking garages, will use Coulomb Technologies Level 2 chargers, and will be powered by the ChargePoint Network.

“The deployment of our EV charging services throughout New York City is a continuation of our efforts to extend our reach to support growing sales of electric vehicles and increased consumer demand for EV charging services,” said Michael D. Farkas, CEO of CarCharging. “Thanks in part to NYSERDA’s funding, CarCharging is proud to help the state expand its EV infrastructure.”

“NYSERDA is pleased to join Gov. Andrew Cuomo in promoting electric vehicles around the state. EVs offer a cleaner alternative to combustion engines, helping to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels and the emission of greenhouse gases,” said Francis J. Murray Jr., President and CEO of NYSERDA. “CarCharging will play an important role in supporting the creation of an electric vehicle future in New York.”

 

Source: CarCharging Group
Image: Anthony Quintano