Electric Vehicles

Delray Professional Center to Get EV Charging Stations

April 20, 2010

MIAMI BEACH, FL - The Delray Professional Center, a 43,000-square foot medical/professional building in Palm Beach County, has signed an agreement to install and maintain Coulomb Technologies ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations for electric vehicles.

"New green technologies, such as car charging stations that require no capital investment from us, create enormous opportunities for our facility to simultaneously improve the environment as well as the daily experience of our valued tenants," said Steve Newman, property manager of The Delray Professional Center.  

Occupants of The Delray Professional Center who own electric vehicles will now be able to charge their vehicles at the charging stations located on site. Under the agreement, The Delray Professional Center will share a percentage of the revenue derived from the charging stations.

"Applications are currently being taken for the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt, the Fisker Karma, and the Tesla Roadster for delivery in 2010. It is only a matter of time before drivers make the transition from gasoline-powered vehicles to electric vehicles, and we are prepared to help develop an EV charging infrastructure to aid the process," said Andy Kinard, president of Car Charging Group.


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