Electrify America has restored its EV charging network following extensive testing of its high-powered charging cables by manufacturer Huber+Suhner.
Electrify America has shut down the network on Friday, while the company and manufacturer investigated a safety issue. Many of the network's high-powered CCS chargers rated between 150 kilowatts to 350 kilowatts were taken offline due to a potential safety issue at a private test facility in Europe with an early prototype liquid-cooled cable.
Even with the shut-down, Electrify America was able to keep its 89 charging stations operational in some way. The stations all have CHAdeMO, 50-kW CCS, or L2 chargers, which weren't affected.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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