XCharge Launches Battery-Integrated EV Charger at New Facility

XCharge Launches Battery-Integrated EV Charger at New Facility

The facility will enhance EV accessibility in Kyle, Texas, which is currently underserved with charging infrastructure.

XCharge North America (NA), Level-3 electric vehicle (EV) chargers and energy storage devices producer, inaugurated its headquarters and facility in Kyle, Texas, unveiling what it says is “the first truly battery-integrated electric vehicle charger in the U.S., the Net Zero Series.”

XCharge NA officials, accompanied by Kyle Mayor Travis Mitchell, the Kyle Chamber of Commerce, marked the official opening of the charging site and expressed their dedication to collaborating with the city and county toward local economic development.

XCharge NA’s facility is set to significantly enhance local EV accessibility in a region currently underserved in terms of charging infrastructure, the company said. This area, encompassing Kyle, San Marcos and neighboring cities, with a population of over 123,000 residents, currently is equipped with only 20 public-access Level-2 and DC fast charging stations.

Over the past year, XCharge NA said it has been collaborating with the Greater San Marcos Partnership to develop its 3,500-square-foot facility. This facility is primarily dedicated to the technical aspects of XCharge NA’s business operations, with future plans to expand it to approximately 20,000 square feet in the coming years. This expansion marks a significant step in supporting the green initiatives, particularly in the realm of EV charging infrastructure, XCharge added.

“Today, we mark the opening of our facility and the launch of the Net Zero Series charger, reflecting our dedication to innovation, environmental responsibility and the local community,” says XCharge North America President Aatish Patel. “With every charge, we’re not just fueling vehicles but also propelling our journey toward a greener and more interconnected future.”

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