Above is a photo of the Southern California Edison demonstration electric vehicle charging station in Irwindale California . This is a huge charging station with eight SAE J1772 EVSE and four old style inductive paddle chargers. That is twelve charging stations, each with it’s own dedicated parking space.
The twelve parking spaces are covered by very large PV solar (300 panels) array that can produce 35,000 kWh per year. Or enough electricity to drive 10,000 miles a year.
Her is a photo look up at the PV solar array.
Could not believe that all eight SAE J1772 EVSE station were unused.
This is all the support equipment for the L2 and L1 stations. When I first saw all these electrical cabinets and the ladder with supplies I though they might be installing a L3 charging station, but no such luck.
The EVSe are all part of the Charge Point network so you can check the status and avaiable on-line using the Charge Point website.
Just an interesting note:
I did not realize that this Southern California Edison location, in Irwindale California, was the same location of a employee shooting were four people were injured or killed. And I’am this dumb bozo taking pictures of the Edison building, walking around like nothing happens. I was wondering why there were so many security guards around. But no one approached me are stopped me from taking the photos. It was not until later, on the freeway going home, that I heard a news story about the shooting and they said it was the Irwindale location, where I was.