EvGateway has been awarded a contract by Southern California Edison to provide a turnkey charging solution that includes electric vehicle charging infrastructure, payment gateway, and more for a multi-year project. - Photo: Tritium

EvGateway has been awarded a contract by Southern California Edison to provide a turnkey charging solution that includes electric vehicle charging infrastructure, payment gateway, and more for a multi-year project.

Photo: Tritium

EvGateway has been awarded a contract by Southern California Edison (SCE) to provide a charging solution that includes electric vehicle charging infrastructure, charging network, driver support, payment gateway, and maintenance services for a multi-year project. The solution will add Siemens AC EV charging stations and Tritium DC fast charging stations throughout the SCE region.

SCE will install charging stations at 27 park and beach locations in Southern California within SCE’s territory (extending from Ventura County to Orange County). SCE will also implement a customer outreach marketing campaign to promote awareness of the availability of EV charging across California. SCE will own and operate all electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in this pilot.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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