Electric transportation company Revel opened its fast charging superhub of 25 chargers at the former famous Pfizer building which now houses offices of multiple companies in Bed-Stuy, New York. Tritium’s RTM75 chargers have been used in the project, which have been recently launched in North American market. Charging will be free for the first week, till 6th of July and two of the charging stalls have been designed to ensure Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. Currently New York only has two other charging hubs in city’s urban core with most of charging hubs located at distant locations of the city like the JFK airport and many charge a fee just to enter the parking lot. Although New York’s “Make Ready” plan of installing 18,556 public L2 chargers and 1500 DC fast chargers by 2025 is most ambitious comapred to any other state after California, which aims to install 250,000 chargers by 2025, the state is still in its developing stages of building a reliable public EV charging infrastructure. With Biden’s climate plan of installing 500,000 charging points by 2030 and funding for the project is expected to see boom in the EV charging infrastructure in the US in coming years. Link to the news: https://tritiumcharging.com/revel-opens-largest-universal-fast-charging-depot-in-the-americas-with-launch-of-brooklyn-superhub/?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social&utm_term=&utm_content=&utm_campaign=rtm