TeraWatt Infrastructure is creating the primary community of high-powered charging facilities for heavy-duty and medium-duty electrical vehicles alongside the Interstate 10 (I-10) freeway, stretching from the Port of Lengthy Seashore – Los Angeles, California to the El Paso, Texas space. By investing within the mandatory charging infrastructure, TeraWatt is enabling and accelerating the transition to zero-emission long-haul freight.
The I-10 Electrical Hall will include a number of amenities, referred to as TeraWatt Charging Facilities, that shall be unfold throughout California, Arizona, and New Mexico. TeraWatt Charging Facilities shall be purpose-built to serve heavy-duty and medium-duty electrical fleets, that includes dozens of direct present (DC) quick chargers, pull-through charging stalls, on-site driver facilities, and dependable operations together with resiliency technology and 0 carbon electrical energy choices.
TeraWatt will supply entry to those websites each for the needs of long-haul and native electrical trucking operations.
The TeraWatt Charging Facilities are situated roughly 150 miles aside to help the mileage vary of commercially accessible electrical vehicles. These websites are situated lower than one mile from the closest freeway exit for ease of entry, and vary in measurement between 4 to 100 acres, relying on location.
TeraWatt will function and preserve its Charging Facilities to the best requirements of reliability in addition to incorporate superior expertise as commercially applicable, reminiscent of battery-backed renewable vitality and megawatt charging stations. TeraWatt is partnering with native and state governments and utilities, and plans to leverage numerous grants and incentives, which is able to present further advantages to charging prospects.