Tesla NACS: EnviroSpark and Enel X Way Come on Board

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More companies have started to adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS), following in the footsteps of major automakers Ford and General Motors.

Atlanta-based EnviroSpark Energy Solutions, Inc., which makes EV charging solutions, has announced the integration of North American Charging Standard (NACS) connectors into its nationwide charging network.

Aaron Luque, Founder and CEO of EnviroSpark, shared the company’s excitement about this integration on Wednesday. Since its inception in 2014, EnviroSpark has installed and maintained thousands of NACS connectors for its partners. With the recent surge in commitment to this technology from automakers, the company is eager to incorporate this standard into its dedicated EnviroSpark Network projects.

The rising demand for EVs and the subsequent necessity for charging points signify that the U.S. will require hundreds of thousands of new, convenient, and easy-to-use fast chargers in the coming decade.

Luque highlighted that the long-term success of EnviroSpark is intimately tied to widespread EV adoption, valuable partnerships, and ongoing technological leadership. He added that the integration of NACS will propel EnviroSpark even closer to its vision of making EV charging accessible to all.

Enel X Way Also Adopts Tesla’s NACS

In an effort to stimulate broader adoption and compatibility of electric vehicles (EVs) in the expanding market, Enel X Way has announced plans to introduce the North American Charging Standard (NACS) connectors as an option for its Level 2 and Level 3 charging stations. The announcement comes as Enel X Way’s sales in the U.S. and Canada have surpassed 185,000 EV charge ports.

Despite adding NACS connectors to its offering, the company confirmed that it will continue to provide top-tier charging products for Combined Charging System (CCS) and J1772 ports. This move is in line with its commitment to accommodate a diverse range of EVs and enhance compatibility.

Enel X Way is deeply committed to bolstering the shift towards electrification across all transportation modes. It aims to simplify the charging experience by supplying superior charging products for EV drivers, businesses, and government entities alike.

The new NACS connector option will be made available across the company’s product range, including its renowned product, the JuiceBox, and its DC fast chargers. In addition, Enel X Way is also expected to roll out kits for retrofitting some of its existing DC charging station models already in service, offering further flexibility for its customers.

So far, we’ve had companies such as Wallbox, Nxu, Tritium, EVgo, Blink, Kempower, Chargepoint, and FLO adopt Tesla’s NACS standard, along with ABB.

While Ford and GM are set to integrate the Tesla connector, Stellantis says it is “evaluating” NACS.