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USA: Delaware to Install Free Level 2 Chargers Not More Than 50 Miles Apart Throughout Entire State

The state of Delaware is hoping to be at the forefront in terms of EV charging infrastructure.

To ensure its leading position, Delaware has committed to install free (at least until the end of 2014) public charging stations no more than 50 miles apart throughout the entire state.

“Faster charging stations for electric vehicles will be strategically placed at key locations in Delaware to enable long trips in the state by next year, through a new collaborative research agreement between the University of Delaware (UD) and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC).”

Reports University of Delaware.

Don’t be confused by the term “faster” though. These will be Level 2 chargers capable of up to 16-kW, per J1772 specs, but that won’t be the output of the chargers. Expect normal Level 2 charging at these sites in Delaware.

As University of Delaware adds:


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