EVPassport Announces Agreement to Build Largest Electric-Vehicle Charging Super Hub in North America
EVPassport has recently announced that it has reached an agreement to construct the largest electric-vehicle charging super hub in North America. This new super hub, set to be completed in spring 2024, will be located along Interstate 8 in California.
The hub, a collaboration between EVPassport, the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indian Tribe, and Maada’oozh, will offer a total of 410 L2 chargers and eight dual port DC fast chargers. By partnering with Maada’oozh, a company specializing in providing energy services to Native American tribes, the U.S. military, and private customers, EVPassport is ensuring a strong foundation for the success of this project.
Interstate 8, which links San Diego, California, and Phoenix, Arizona, is designated as an Alternative Fuel Corridor. As such, the location of this new hub is strategic in supporting the growing demand for electric vehicle charging stations along this important route.
The approval for the hub was granted by the Viejas Tribal Council in late August. Once completed, the super hub will be situated at the Viejas Casino and Resort in Alpine, California.
This partnership and the construction of the electric-vehicle charging super hub represent a significant step forward in expanding the infrastructure for electric vehicles in North America.
For more information about this project and other EVPassport initiatives, please visit their website.