QCharge seeks site hosts for heavy-duty electric truck charging stations in the Western US – Charged EVs



EV charging station manufacturer QCharge is actively pursuing the development of DC fast charging stations along major commercial routes from Washington State to Houston, Texas. The new charging stations will cater to heavy-duty electric trucks in addition to consumer vehicles.

QCharge is set to establish fast charging stations along key Interstate corridors in Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. QCharge’s mixed-use fast charging route is strategically designed to connect high-traffic commercial routes.

As part of its expansion plan, QCharge is actively seeking site hosts for its fast charging stations along the designated route. Interested parties are encouraged to reach out to QCharge for more information.

“We are excited to announce the expansion of QCharge’s fast charging stations to include heavy-duty trucks and electric semis. This initiative aligns with our commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions that address the evolving needs of the electric vehicle industry,” said Sergej Marojevic, co-founder at QCharge.

Source: QCharge


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