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Had a similar message a 2 different units at an Ionity site today. Thankfully the third one decided there was some power.
Good to see AC provision for Zoes. First time I’ve seen dedicated HGV chargers as part of the charging offer.Planning application for Stevenage submitted this week
24 x 175-350kW chargers (end on parking, rather than Braintree's side on parking)
6 x 22kW AC chargers
8 x Branded chargers (my assumption is Telsa, based on similar location to Braintree)
3 x HGV 175-350kW chargers
Yes, that's the location. The plans show the road from the A1 junction will have a dedicated left lane for Knebworth House (and the Novotel) and a short right lane for turning right into the site. Last time I checked, the map linked earlier in this thread had the Stevenage location as North East of Junction 8, rather than North West of J7."Land To The North West Of Junction 7 Of The A1(M) Knebworth Park Old Knebworth Knebworth Herts SG1 2AX "
So it looks like it should be above the Novotel Stevenage site, if my sense of direction is correct... it is terrible some days.
I am sure the resident Gridserve hater will be along to tell everyone it is a waste of tax payers money soon.
Doesn’t look like it. This is taken from their planning statement for the Stevenage siteGood to see they’ve decided not to bother with the 90kW units any more.
Vehicle charging will be available as superchargers (350kW, 175KW and 90kW), as well as fast (22kW) speeds.
The facilities being provided on this site are:
• 24 no. Higher powered charging (DC) units (175 – 350kW). Two of which will be accessible spaces.
• 6 no. lower powered charging (AC) units (22kW). One of which will be an accessible space
• 3 no. Higher powered charging (DC) units (175-350kW) for future HGV use.
• 8 no. branded charging units.
• 31 no. parking spaces for staff and customer use, two of which will be
accessible spaces. Some of these spaces will also be available for future
additional charging units should demand dictate.
• an air and water bay of suitable depth and length for accessible use.
• a vehicle queueing lane for 7 vehicles
I think they are wanting to get ahead of the curve due to how long things have been left for, and the people in the upper echelons obviously believe that there s a good case both environmentally and from a business perspective to push things along quickly.They’re moving at quite a pace. I’ve been really impressed with how quickly they’re getting on with the Norwich one.