Charged EVs | Efacec to deliver 132 DC fast chargers to eV Power Exchange in Utah


Portugal-headquartered EV charging infrastructure manufacturer Efacec will supply Utah-based EV charging network eV Power Exchange with 132 of its QC45 DC fast chargers for the Salt Lake City area.

The agreement includes licensing and customization of Efacec’s charging point management system, EV Core, which is designed to allow drivers to locate and reserve chargers using an eV Power-branded mobile app. The chargers incorporate CCS and CHAdeMO ports. Twenty have already been installed and another 50 are planned by the end of the second quarter. Each location includes 4 charging points, one of which accommodates reduced-mobility EV drivers.

“Efacec has been a valuable partner to eV Power, enabling us to get to market with highly reliable DC fast chargers in several locations in the state to help meet the increasing demand of the EV driving public. Efacec’s fully integrated solutions make them one of the few OEMs globally that offer such a comprehensive solution,” stated Mark Sampson, CEO of eV Power Exchange.

Source: Efacec


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