% IMO this really is just a VW,BMW push for more public L3 ccs EVSE.
Chargepoint should really follow EVgo's successful 'Freedom Station' biz
model which offers drivers a L3 dual (has both CHAdeMO and ccs), and a L2
j1772 at each site % 

BMW, Volkswagen, and ChargePoint Massively Grow Electric Car Charger Network
SEPTEMBER 14, 2016  Aaron Brown


Tesla isn't the only company with a strategic plan for EV chargers.

Are you the proud owner of a non-Tesla electric car who has a bad case of
range-anxiety? ChargePoint, Volkswagen, and BMW have teamed up to saturate
major highway corridors on the East and West coasts with quick electric
vehicle chargers.

The partnership brings 95 new DC Electric Vehicle Express Charing stations
to areas between Portland and San Diego, and from Washington D.C. to Boston.
Each corridor has a charger every 50 miles. Charging is open to all electric
car owners who use ChargePoint's services and who have a car with the
appropriate charge port.

All of ChargePoint's quick chargers use SAE combo connectors and some will
also have CHAdeMO capabilities for use with the Nissan Leaf. The chargers
can be used in either 50kw or 24kw DC fast-charging mode. With more than
30,000 charging spots across the nation, ChargePoint is rapidly outpacing
Tesla's Supercharger network.
[© thedrive.com]
Volkswagen, BMW, and ChargePoint expand fast-charging network
Sep 13th 2016
BMW, VW And ChargePoint Install About 100 EV Charging Stations Along Coastal
Highways In The US
14 September 2016
BMW, Volkswagen and ChargePoint Announce Completion of Electric Vehicle
Express Charging Corridors on the East and West Coasts
September 13th, 2016
Freedom Station map
Who Has The World's Biggest EV Charging Network? Trigger Warning: It Ain't
SEP 14, 2016

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