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Hallcon Opens 3.3-Megawatt Electric Vehicle Charging and Operations Center

The company is also developing a 5.0-megawatt site in Washington.

EV charging station.
EV charging station.

Hallcon Corporation announced the grand opening of its new Electric Vehicle (EV) Operations Center in Fremont, California. This 3.3-megawatt facility is the organization's second EV charging site in the Bay Area, representing a key milestone in Hallcon's mission to enhance EV infrastructure across North America.

The opening of this site signifies the completion of construction on the first phase of Hallcon's multi-platform vehicle charging facility. Upon project completion, this facility will be capable of charging over 120 light, medium, and heavy-duty electric vehicles daily, eliminating more than 10,000,000 pounds of CO2 emissions annually.

The Fremont EV Operations Center is the second in a series of large-scale EV infrastructure construction projects currently in development by Hallcon. The company also has a 3.3-megawatt site in San Jose, CA, and is developing a 5.0-megawatt site in Redmond, WA.

Hallcon offers expertise in EV infrastructure development and operations, providing a suite of end-to-end services, from transition planning, site development, EV infrastructure engineering and construction, EV operations, EV infrastructure maintenance, advanced analytics and charging-as-a-service (CaaS). The company is also establishing a nationwide network of EV Operations Centers to ensure clients can achieve and surpass their sustainability and ESG goals.

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