The installation of the first two Coulomb ChargePoint stations at Bellevue City Hall, providing 240V Level II charging for EVs, was provided by Coulomb distributor Charge Northwest.

Coulomb’s ChargePoint America will offer hundreds of EV charging stations for public and home charging to individuals and businesses in the Bellevue and surrounding areas with Ford and Chevrolet joining Coulomb in this program to introduce their respective EVs in the coming months.

The company plans to provide nearly 5,000 charging stations to the program participants in nine regions in the US, including Austin, Texas, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Florida, Sacramento, California, Bellevue/Redmond and Washington DC.

All drivers of plug-in vehicles can have access to the ChargePoint network by making a call to the 24/7 number on each charging station or signing up without a subscription via contactless credit cards.

Coulomb Technologies CEO, Richard Lowenthal said that installation of networked charging infrastructure is essential for the widespread adoption of EVs and Coulomb is pleased to bring what will become hundreds of ChargePoint stations in Washington.