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EV Charging Company Bringing Chargers to California Taco Bells

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Oct. 13, 2021—Tritium, an electric vehicle hardware company, has partnered with a charging network operator to install fast chargers at Taco Bell locations in South San Francisco. 

Tritium will install chargers using the ChargeNet network at an unnamed numbered of Taco Bell locations according to a news release. The chargers will be able to provide up to 46 miles of charge in 10 minutes, and the Taco Bell franchise locations will not have to pay for any of the upfront costs for installation.

“Our goal is to replace the refueling experience that Americans know with a charging experience that is fast, convenient, and inviting,” said Tosh Dutt, CEO of ChargeNet. “Our first installation is just the beginning of realizing that goal, and will be the first of many as we look to expand charging opportunities throughout the Bay Area and other parts of the country in the hopes of increasing adoption of EVs, especially in lower-income areas.”

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