Wednesday, March 20, 2013

New Chargers Added - Mar. 19th - Wednesday, Mar. 20th, 2013 + News

Plugshare now lists (Their Numbers) a total of 15,992 Stations

They use dynamic tracking to both add new - and remove redundant, or test stations that are dropped, so simply adding in the new additions - does not equal the total numbers. 

Update: This was by about 5:00 PM. By 8 PM - 8 more were added - totaling 16,000 Listed Chargers. See image at the bottom!

Over the last 24 hours - there have been 4 New Public Chargers added to the PlugShare network, plus 37 New Photos, and 2 New home stations being shared. 

The additions tracked are: 

  • New Public Chargers Added = 4
  • New Restricted Stations added = 0
  • New Photos Added = 37
  • New Home Stations Shared = 2

79 People Checked into Public EV Chargers today. 

The last person counted today - was 'Carlin checked in at Mini Richmond, BC'

Special thanks to Bob (Clifton Park, NJ), and Bruce (Tenafly, NJ),  for sharing their Home stations access with us today!

New Public Stations today, by Name & Location (where possible + Links):
  1. Kohl's, (Blink), McDonough, GA
  2. Walgreen's, Lynnwood, WA
  3. Sun Valley Acoustical Corp., Chico, CA
  4. Alan Webb Mitsubishi, Vancouver, WA
Still a pretty quiet day! Even though more people used public chargers today - than yesterday - it was only 11 more people checked in today!

I am updating this post with the stats late, but as I do - Plugshare has reported rolling over 16,000 Electric Vehicle Charge Points tracked on their site!

News Bit's:

Ile Seguin, Boulogne-Billancourt, France, March 19, 2013 - As part of Industry Week, Renault and Schneider Electric, with the support of the Boulogne-Billancourt town council and the SAEM Val de Seine Aménagement, invited 170 pupils from local high schools to discover the Ile Seguin site. (More).

After delivering the first few Model S sedans in June, Tesla also met its production goal of 400 cars per week by the end of... (More

Fuji Electric Corporation of America is releasing a new generation of UL-Certified 25kW DC Quick Charging Stations for electric vehicles, offering a slimmer, sleeker version aimed at a wider variety of applications and...(More).

Fuji Electric’s newly designed FRC Series of Quick Chargers for Electric Vehicles offers the ability to charge a 25 kWh electric vehicle battery in less than 60 minutes. The systems feature the CHAdeMO interface for compatibility with currently available electric vehicles. Level 3 Electric Vehicle charging allows for quickly charging the vehicle battery directly, bypassing the vehicle on-board charger. This arrangement is faster and more efficient than...(More).

The Fuji Electric Generation 3 DC Quick Charger features a scalable 12.5 kW Power Supply Architecture. This reduces the size and weight of the charger while providing a reliable 25kW Charge.
CHAdeMO interface and Less than 7-11 minutes Additional Charge Time, vs. 50 kW DC Fast Chargers. (More).

The Following image is a screen Capture of my PlugShare App on my Android Phone - Showing the Tally at ~ 8:38 PM tonight! (Added in July 3rd, 2013)

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