City of Hermosa Beach Gets NRG eVgo Freedom Station
The City of Hermosa Beach, California and NRG eVgo, introduced the first electric vehicle fast-charging Freedom Station installation on public land in California.
Mayor Michael DiVirgilio and eVgo Vice President Terry O’Day attended the grand opening.
The new Freedom Station is located in the municipal parking garage at 1301 Hermosa Avenue, and features ChargePoint Level 2 and ABB DC fast charger with SAE Combo plug.
The CHAdeMO charger not included in the picture is installed near.
According to NRG eVgo, there are now 28 fast-charge sites in the Los Angeles area.
Michael DiVirgilio, Mayor, Hermosa Beach, Calif stated:
“Our beach, restaurants and entertainment options, as well as our central location along the Pacific Coast Highway, make the city of Hermosa Beach the perfect location for the opening of a NRG eVgo Freedom Station. We’re proud to share the Southern California beach lifestyle with the electric car drivers of the South Bay and continue our City’s carbon neutral campaign by offering another resource for electric vehicle drivers within Hermosa Beach.”
Terry O’Day, Vice President for NRG eVgo commented:
“We are committed to building a comprehensive charging infrastructure for Californians. We have been encouraged by the support of partners like the City of Hermosa Beach. This public-private Freedom Station installation is our first municipal development in the state and a supportive step forward in delivering on our mission to make it even easier to choose and drive electric.”
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