Cox, Georgia Power finish electric vehicle project in Atlanta ‘EV charging desert’

Cox Automotive and Georgia Power say they’ve collaborated to build one of the “largest electric vehicle charging single property installations in the southeast” as part of its aim to expand EV options around the region. The “Smart Technology Project” included installation of six DC fast chargers open to the public, plus 20 of the slower Level 2 fleet chargers and six fleet DC fast chargers at Cox Automotive Mobility’s 25-acre Pivet Atlanta facility south of downtown. It fills a “critical need for…

Cox Automotive and Georgia Power say they’ve collaborated to build one of the “largest electric vehicle charging single property installations in the southeast” as part of its aim to expand EV options around the region. The “Smart Technology Project” included installation of six DC fast chargers open to the public, plus 20 of the slower Level 2 fleet chargers and six fleet DC fast chargers at Cox Automotive Mobility’s 25-acre Pivet Atlanta facility south of downtown. It fills a “critical need for…

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