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Worksport completes commercial installations of EV fast charging stations

by CM staff   

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The EV fast charging systems show real-time analytic information on seven-inch LCD and has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, RFID/NFC, and cellular connectivity.

WEST SENECA — Canadian company, Worksport Ltd., a subsidiary of Terravis Energy, Inc., announced that installation of its proprietary electric vehicle fast charging stations, that began in January 2023 with two direct current (DC) fast chargers at Worksport’s West Seneca, NY factory, is now completed.

Each station’s initial two charge points are rated at 120 kilowatt-hours (kWh) and equipped with two CCS1 connectors (Combined Charging Standard: A standard for charging electric vehicles that uses Combo 1 or Combo 2 connectors to provide power at up to 350 kilowatts), also known as pistols. The company is planning installations of additional DC fast chargers in the near future as well, rated at a minimum of 240 kWh.

“Our EV fast charger design will compete with the best in the market because of its advanced technology and superior engineering,” said Lorenzo Rossi, CEO, Terravis Energy. “Our EV chargers will be equipped with a high-power charging system, capable of providing fast-charging speeds of up to 280 kWh, allowing for a quick and efficient charging process, and feature advanced energy management capabilities that optimize energy usage for cost savings. Additionally, the EV chargers are equipped with advanced safety features, such as overcurrent and overheating protection, to ensure the safety of both the vehicle and the user.”



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