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TeraWatt Infrastructure hosted a groundbreaking event in Inglewood, California for a new charging site for light-duty fleets in the LA area. The site will be owned, operated and maintained by TeraWatt, providing a full-stack charging solution including software and O&M services.

The multi-tenant Inglewood site is slated to be operational in early 2024 and will feature 26 DC Fast Chargers, as well as a driver amenities building. It is located three miles from the high-traffic LAX area.

The site was the recipient of a $1.9-million California Energy Commission (CEC) Charging Access for Reliable On-Demand Transportation Services (CARTS) grant in support of ride-hail electrification in the LAX region.

Policy actions in the state of California are accelerating the electrification of urban transport. Last year, the state approved the Advanced Clean Cars II rule, which mandates that all sales of new light-duty passenger vehicles in California must be zero emission by 2035.


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