Find the EV charging stations located in the VIP Parking area
By M.M. Wenck
The International Energy Agency foresees the amount of electric vehicles on the road to reach 145 million by 2030, reports CNBC News. Keeping that in mind, more and more electric vehicle charging stations are popping up around Las Vegas. Now Caesars Palace will offer them, too. The largest open DC charging network in the US, Electrify America, and premier shopping, entertainment and dining global company, Simon, came together to bring EV stations to The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Here are all the deets on these new charging stations.
How many charging stations?
There are six swift EV chargers supplying 150 kilowatts. Guests can charge their cars while they meander through all the stores and eateries inside The Forum Shops.
Where will the EV stations be located?
Find the EV charging stations located in the VIP Parking area. The parking area is on Stan Mallin Drive just off Frank Sinatra Drive. This part of the parking garage gives guests quick access to the center of the property.
How do I pay?
Guests wanting to utilize the new stations need to download the Electrify America mobile app. This payment process is contactless plus charging sessions can easily be monitored on a smartphone.
Who do I contact if I have a question?
Guests that need to get in touch with Electrify America can reach out to Electrify America’s 24/7 Customer Contact Center. There phone number is (1-833-632-2778).
Tell me more about Electrify America.
Electrify America is investing $2 billion over a span of 10 years in Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) access, infrastructure and education. ZEV aims to improve air quality, eliminate greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the dependence on fossil fuels, according to the California Department of Transportation.
This company is the largest open DC charging network in the U.S. and has more than 640 charging stations with more than 2,700 individual chargers across America. Electrify America was conceived in May 2018. And the company plans to install or have under development 800 charging stations with about 3,500 DC mega fast chargers. This forward-thinking company earned Umlaut’s “2020 EV Charging Infrastructure Best-in-Test” award. Electrify America’s goals is to expand their franchise and make it available in 49 states and the District of Columbia by the end of 2025.
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