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USA: Small electric vehicle charging company scores Navy pilot

Summary: The $60,000 project will see charging infrastructure installed at Navy facilities in Washington, D.C.; Indian Head, Md.; and San Diego.

Many of the companies focused on providing electric vehicle charging infrastructure are pretty big-name companies, but late last week, a small player from Portland, Ore., snagged a pilot deal with the Department of the Navy.

The $60,000 deal will see OpConnect dual Level I and Level II charging units stationed at Navy facilities in Washington, D.C.; Indian Head, Md.; and in San Diego.

The creator of the company, OpConnect, probably benefited from its status as a minority-owned business (a characteristic also shared by the distributor that made the sale to the Navy, Go EV).
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