Electrify America, the largest open DC fast charging network for electric vehicles, announces the opening of its first electric vehicle charging station in Pearl City, Hawaii. The new Oahu charging station expands Electrify America’s network to include 47 states plus the District of Columbia. Further aiding the island’s EV drivers by offering an ultra-quick charging option.

This new charging station boasts four chargers capable of delivering up to 150 kW to compatible vehicles. EV drivers can conveniently pay for their charging session using credit or debit cards or the Electrify America mobile app. The interactive App offers a seamless experience from locating the station to initiating a charge and monitoring session progress, all from the comfort of their phones. Auto Repair New Energy Training Room

Earlier this month, the company announced a $1.6 million investment to promote zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) technology and infrastructure and support STEM education and workforce development programs. This funding is being distributed among five organizations tasked with developing and launching educational and vocational training programs. These programs are for K-12, community college students, and current and future EV workers throughout the United States.

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