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Simon and Electrify America launch California’s first 350 kW EV charging stations

Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations, announced that its San Francisco Premium Outlets is California’s first location for electric vehicle (EV) charging systems featuring fast recharging speeds up to 350 kilowatts (kW) from Electrify America.

Simon teamed with Electrify America to open 10 DC fast chargers at San Francisco Premium Outlets for public use. The charging site features eight 150 kW chargers and two 350 kW chargers. The 350 kW chargers are capable of recharging an electric vehicle at 20 miles a minute providing 200 miles of vehicle driving range in just 10 minutes.

The 10 Electrify America chargers are co-located with 20 Tesla Superchargers making San Francisco Premium Outlets one of the nation’s largest multi-standard fast charging sites.

In addition to San Francisco Premium Outlets, Electrify America will install charging systems at Simon locations nationwide including 17 centers in California, with 95 additional chargers.

Comments

Engineer-Poet

It would be nice if these press releases mentioned whose vehicles are compatible with their chargers.

HarveyD

Future PHEVs and BEVs, batteries/chargers and cabling will have to be upgraded to accept/supply charges @ 350 KW and up to 700 KW to reduce charging time at 10 minutes or so.

Most existing PHEVs and BEVs will have to reduce charging to 150 KW or so, not to over damage batteries and cables.

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