Yes, per the title of the post. It's also shown in eVgo's map, as coming soon.
drees wrote:What you saw will probably be a single CHAdeMO station, a service kiosk with a 120V outlet on the side and a Chargepoint J1772 station. Where in the parking structure is it?
Ground floor, as you are just entering the structure, on the right. Two identical-looking tall units, one of which was fully assembled, but dark, and with the charger "nozzle" encased in a styrofoam block. The other was missing its front-panel, and its nozzle was, now that you mention it, probably a J1772--but it was also eVgo branded. The two were identical as far as branding and form-factor, but could house different guts, I reckon. I was so excited, I called the number to see how I could get a charge (I've yet to have a DC charge!), only to realize mid-call I was looking at an unfinished unit.
drees wrote:A little too close to Encinitas to be useful for us, except in those situations where we might get home low on charge and need to head south for a longer drive.
I'm thinking it might make trips downtown a bit easier--go down, come back to Del Mar and quick charge before going home. The one at that Carlsbad Outlets could work going the other way, for folks a bit further south than us, but they're too close to our home to be effective.
drees wrote:I'm impressed at how many eVgo stations are popping up, that's the 4th confirmed site in San Diego County now. I see why Blink and others were upset at them having to spend all that money to get sites installed.
I just wish they had a simple pay-per-charge model.
In other news, across the street from my work three new GE Wattstations went in. The building owners (who also own our office complex) sent out a memo to all tenants letting us know that we could charge, for only $3.50/hr. Gaak!