Electric vehicles equipped with fast-charging capability are headed to production and will be on the road next year.
All that's needed to reduce the charging time for these cars from hours to minutes are Level 3 440-volt fast-charging stations. But to date, none are public.
Ecotality, a clean-technology company in Scottsdale, Ariz., wants to fill that void. It designs and sells these rapid rechargers for $15,000 to $35,000, depending on the structure requirements, mostly to warehouses and airports for fleet vehicles.
Given Ecotality's partnership with Nissan, the Tucson Metro Area, and the Pima Association of Governments (… Read more