National Car Charging secures contract with state of California

Denver-headquartered EV charging station reseller and installer NCC has received  an exclusive three-year procurement contract from the California Department of General Services (DGS) for non-networked DC fast charging infrastructure. 

The contract is part of the state’s investment of more than $10 billion for zero-emission vehicles and infrastructure under its $52-plus billion California Climate Commitment.

NCC plans to fulfill the contract with DC fast chargers from Finnish manufacturer Kempower, which recently opened a plant in Durham, North Carolina, to produce its Power Unit, Station Charger, Movable Charger and Satellite models.

“We chose Kempower for California because of their quality, small footprint and modularity,” said Jim Burness, NCC CEO and founder. “They’re also ideal for California because of their uptime and ability to withstand the climate extremes.”

Source: National Car Charging

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