Gallery: Plug-N-Go EV Charging Station Showcased at Green Energy Expo


The world’s first factory built-to-order solar-powered EV charging station was recently unveiled at the 2010 International Green Energy Expo in Korea in a bid to raise awareness and push the potential for electric vehicles in Asia. Developed by SunPods SP-300, the ready-to-use solar powered platform is called the EV Plug-N-Go and has been designed especially to cater to public agencies, institutes and companies with infrastructural utilities that use solar power. By installing the platform, these buildings will be able to power and charge any plug-in-hybrid electric vehicles, electric industrial utility vehicles and other EVs that may be on site.

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