Mercedes to use Alpitronic’s Hypercharger 400 for its HPC public EV charging network

Mercedes-Benz High-Power Charging North America, a joint venture between Mercedes-Benz Group and MN8 Energy, is moving ahead with its planned $1-billion investment in public EV charging.

As part of this investment, Mercedes-Benz HPC announced plans to deploy Alpitronic’s Hypercharger 400 throughout its network.  

Manufactured in Wisconsin, the Hypercharger 400 offers charging power levels up to 400 kW, and support for a wide range of output voltages. Mercedes plans to make both CCS and NACS (J3400) cables available to drivers.

Each charging site utilizes 100% carbon-neutral renewable energy sources, the company said.

The addition of Hypercharger 400 chargers will unlock the “next era of charging,” said Andrew Cornelia, President and CEO of Mercedes-Benz HPC.

Source: Mercedes-Benz HPC North America

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