OpConnect to sell EV chargers to Navy

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Portland-based OpConnect announced a $60,000 deal with the Department of the Navy for the company's electric vehicle charging stations.

The units, which feature a touch screen and can charge four vehicles simultaneously, will be installed at Navy facilities in Washington, D.C., Maryland and San Diego. They will be used by Navy personnel as part of a pilot program for electric vehicles in Navy facilities.
"As veteran-owned businesses, we take pleasure in supplying our product and services to our military. Naval stations have some unique requirements for durability and network security and I am glad that our charging stations met them," said Dexter Turner, OpConnect's president, in a press release.

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