This signature project — to be comprised of more than 200 fast chargers — will be sited at Kearny Point Industrial Park, New Jersey, just 10 minutes from the Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, and 10 minutes from New York City.
It is anticipated that this EV charging hub, serving the high-traffic Tri-State region, will power thousands of EVs daily — in addition to charging electric marine vessels.
Pamela Frank, CEO of ChargeEVC-NJ, a business association comprised of diverse interests that advocates for electrification of transportation, said »
Delivering more than 200 megawatts (200MW) and 4800 megawatt-hours (4800MWh) of daily capacity, Power Edison’s new hub is an exciting and impactful EV super charging site.
Yazan Harasis, Director of Projects at Power Edison, added »
Our engineered power solutions will initially offer over 250kW of power per charger and scale up to over 1MW per charger as vehicle technology evolves. This enables industry-leading fast charging for light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles alike. Inherent in our design is flexibility, modularity and ability to integrate renewables, batteries and other technologies for added sustainability and resiliency.
To help meet the need for EV charging solutions, Power Edison launched a new subsidiary called EV Edison dedicated to the development of high-power fast charging hubs.