GE Releases EV Charger

GE has developed the WattStation, a residential electric-vehicle (EV) charger designed to integrate with smart grid technology to allow utilities to monitor the effects electric vehicles have on their grids.

The company says the WattStation decreases the average EV charging time from 12-18 hours to as little as four to eight hours, compared to standard Level 1 charging.

GE notes that it has partnered with ServiceMagic to provide a network of certified electricians who can install WattStations in consumers' homes. GE Capital will also work with ServiceMagic to provide consumers with financing options.

GE: gepower.com

SOURCE: GE

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