Colorado Gets its First Quick Charger; a $50,000 Unit Donated by Nissan
How many DC quick chargers are there in Colorado? Well, if you posed that question a few days ago, then the answer would have been zero.
Now, the answer to that question is one.
Colorado got its first CHAdeMO quick charger last week courtesy of a $50,000 unit donated by Nissan. The charger is in Fort Collins, Colorado at the Museum of Discovery.
Fort Collins Policy and Project, Tom Vosburg, describes the quick charger as a “game changer,” adding that Level 3 is “becoming the gas pump for electric vehicles.”
Charging at the unit will cost $3 per session, a price that seems cheap to us.
Sadly, most states across the US still have zero DC quick chargers, while several others are like Colorado with only one.
Source: Fox 31 Denver
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