More Stations in New Jersey
An Electrify America station in Deming, N.M. Photo by Jennifer Sensiba. The first time I visited Manhattan, a cab driver asked me a very interesting question. “Do you know why New Yorkers are so depressed?” When I told him I didn’t know, he said, “It’s because the light at the end of the tunnel — it’s New Jersey!” It’s a funny joke, and whether based in truth or not, New Jersey is about to get a little less depressing, at least for EV drivers. Electrify America recently built its first station there, and it has plans or work started on 10 more.
The new station, located at a Target store in Bridgewater, New Jersey, has 4 fast charging spaces and one level 2 charger. The remaining 10 stations will have a total of 59 spaces for charging.
“Providing the necessary infrastructure to support electric vehicles is critical to meeting our goal of registering 330,000 electric vehicles in New Jersey by 2025,” said New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. “Electrify America’s investments dovetail well with the work our Partnership to Plug-In is undertaking, and today’s announcement is a major step forward in making renewable energy solutions more accessible for all New Jerseyans.”
Five of the remaining ten stations planned have a definite address. They are: Target store located at: 2137 Route 38 (Cherry Hill)
Walmart stores located at: 290 State Route 18 (East Brunswick) , 400 Park Plaza Drive (Secaucus) and 150 Harrison Avenue (Kearny)
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