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Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Research and Development

UC San Diego is building an EV charging infrastructure that is the largest and most diversified of any university worldwide. We work with the private sector to develop significant cost-sharing agreements to support electric vehicle charging research development and demonstration opportunities. Current projects include:

  • V2G and Power Port CEC funded project with Nuuve
  • 6 Nissan and 2 Honda V2G funded project with EVgo and Nuuve
  • Four EVgo 50 kW PV-energy storage integrated DC fast chargers
  • 10 Shell/AV Level II smart charger
  • Continuation of 24 KnGrid/RWE/Oxygen Initiative compliant with the interim ISO 15118 standard

Project Map

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EVGO ANNOUNCES NATION’S FIRST GRID-TIED PUBLIC FAST CHARGING SYSTEM WITH SECOND-LIFE BATTERIES

EVgo, America’s largest public fast charging electric vehicles network, has launched the first commercial installation of second-life battery storage at a public DC fast charging station, following a pilot program at UC San Diego. Read more

More information

If you have questions about EV charging on campus, contact Kevin Norris, (858) 534-0439.