Thanks Tony for the info. Please keep us updated on the project.
Please take into consideration that with the "native" method, the car needs to be available to you for the installation. Or you will have installation partners outside of California?
jasleinstein wrote:It is clear there is no plan for dc chargers for i3 to be installed in Wa state, anywhere, by anyone.
i3atl wrote:jasleinstein wrote:It is clear there is no plan for dc chargers for i3 to be installed in Wa state, anywhere, by anyone.
That is not correct - Kia will be installing several dual-standard DCFCs at some of their dealer locations. The specific ones are listed in the press release.
http://insideevs.com/kia-charges-up-for ... on-oregon/
Blue20 wrote:Where did you pick up they have dual DCFC?
They only mentioned they have dual CHAdeMO and J1772.
It is interesting that even Kia has a much biggest DCFC roll out plan than BMW. Is CCS that much more expansive than CHAdeMO to install?