The new WattStation EV charging station could start appearing in parking areas early next year
The WattStation EV charging station will be available in a number of color options
The user interface indicates charging progress and the LED edging will turn green when the vehicle is fully charged
Is this what they meant by plug and play?
The WattStation's cylindrical body flares toward the top to become a circular, touchscreen user interface
Ease-of-use, touchscreen user interface
The WattStation features a self-retracting charge cable keeps the area clear of obstruction
Pulling up to an available WattStation in an electric Mini could be a regular sight in the near future
The WattStation EV charging station has been designed to help accelerate the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles and with both public and private spaces in mind
GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt unveiling the new WattStation electric vehicle charging station at an ecomagination event in San Francisco
Created to be "as durable as street furniture, as visible as a light beacon, and as beautiful as street greenery"
In order to help make electric vehicles a public success story, a solid charging infrastructure needs to be rolled out. GE has enlisted the creative assistance of renowned industrial designer Yves Behar to produce a user-friendly, durable and pleasantly curvy charging solution for the upcoming electric revolution. The WattStation not only cuts down on full-cycle charge time but also features an LED status system, a tilted touchscreen user interface and cable that retracts into the unit's metallic body.
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