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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:54 pm

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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:08 pm

http://www.plugincars.com/nissan-leaf-1 ... range.html

Check out this link for range issues. I hope that the Level 3 charging stations can be found all over the California & Arizona area here real soon.
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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Sat Mar 05, 2011 10:30 am

It would be nice to see some maps of intended QC locations.
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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:09 am

If they put some near LAX/Westside we would be all set.
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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Sat Mar 05, 2011 10:52 pm

The area between about 710 and the coast is mostly in the LA EVProject area, right?

So, there should be a good sprinkling of QC stations "to the West". However, going north up 1-5 to LA area QCs might be sparce, and going inland could be a no-QC "desert".
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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:50 pm

garygid wrote:It would be nice to see some maps of intended QC locations.
And are there maps of operating QCs

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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Fri Mar 11, 2011 12:08 pm

jason98 wrote:
garygid wrote:It would be nice to see some maps of intended QC locations.
And are there maps of operating QCs
In my EV Charger Finder app, I have Portland World Trade Center, Vacaville, and Lithia Nissan of Fresno (unconfirmed but from a report on this forum) listed as public L3 charging. I will add the UK one from this thread also.

Electric.Carstations.com lists 5 in US and a bunch in the UK. I am not sure if these are all confirmed.

I do not know of any other public L3 rolled out yet. Chargepoint hasn't listed any. Please report any you are aware of either on the forum or through PM or the Add Station link on electric.carstations.com.

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[EDIT: Double checked on Lithia Fresno. They do not have Level 3 charging. Just L2. ]

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Re: Level 3 (public quick charge stations)

Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:40 pm

How about this--a Level 3 "Supercharger" that can give you a 50% charge in 3 minutes?
http://www.evoasis.com/news/evoasis-to- ... ercharger/

Deployment by mid-late 2012 sounds pretty fanciful, considering the company is still working on it's first station in the UK, I think, but this is the kind of infrastructure that could be the "filling stations" of the future for EVs.

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