119-acre site is designed, owned, and operated by WattEV

world’s first electric truck stop featuring a solar-powered microgrid with a battery energy storage system (BESS) and is capable of megawatt rapid charging (MCS)

16 dual-cord 360kW chargers connected to the grid and 15 single-cord 240kW CCS chargers

three MCS 1,200kW rapid chargers, drawing power from the site’s solar array

MCS chargers will bring down truck charging “dwell time” from hours to less than 30 minutes for a 300-mile range

depot is located near the junction of busy highways CA-99 at CA-65

will serve heavy-duty electric trucks with routes connecting the San Joaquin Valley’s vast agricultural sector and growing distribution warehouse region to the state’s seaports and inland destinations throughout Southern California and the West

WattEV offers an innovative electric Truck-as-a-Service (TaaS) model that provides fleets or individual operators with access to Class 8 battery-electric trucks, reliable maintenance support, insurance, and charging across WattEV’s network



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