Gravity Curbside EV Charging Solution Delivers 200kW Speeds, Charging 200 Miles in Under 13 Minutes
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Gravity Curbside EV Charging Solution Delivers 200kW Speeds, Charging 200 Miles in Under 13 Minutes

Gravity DEAP Curbside EV Charging Solution Delivers 200kW Speeds Charging 200 Miles in Under 13 Minutes
  • The Gravity DEAP EV charger features 200kW speed, charging 200 miles in under 13 mins.
  • No need for street reconstruction, DEAPs can be deployed efficiently.
  • Two-way power flow ensures sustainability, transferring energy to the grid.

Gravity, an EV charging infrastructure startup that recently introduced a 500-kilowatt station in New York City, has now announced its latest innovation: the Distributed Energy Access Point (DEAP). This new curbside charging solution promises to address the pressing challenges faced by EV drivers, particularly in busy cities like New York, Boston, and Los Angeles.


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Gravity’s DEAP brings a big and necessary change to curbside EV charging. Unlike regular Level 2 chargers that take a long time to charge, the DEAP charges at an impressive speed of 200kW – 30 times faster than before. Moshe Cohen, Founder and CEO of Gravity, highlights the significance of this advancement: “There is nothing else like these 200kW chargers on the curbside anywhere in America. Cities like New York should lead from the front with nothing short of the most advanced technology in the world.”

Gravity EV Charging 200kW is the new AC

This new tech tackles the common problem of range anxiety, which worries many EV drivers. With the DEAP charging at an incredible rate of 960 miles per hour, getting 200 miles of range takes less than 13 minutes. This means drivers can say goodbye to long charging stops and easily fit charging into their daily schedules. Cohen stresses the importance of the DEAP’s benefits, saying, “Each DEAP can provide dozens of charge sessions per parking space each day – maximizing turnover and minimizing drivers’ downtime.”


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Think of Gravity’s DEAP not just as a fast-charging solution, but as a whole energy system with multiple functions. Apart from charging, DEAPs also allow for two-way power flow, meaning energy can go from parked cars’ batteries back to nearby buildings and the grid. This feature boosts resilience and sustainability, making city streets key parts of the growing clean energy grid.

Gravity Curbside Invisible EV Charging also known as Vehicle-to-Grid

As cities all over the country are moving ahead with their curbside EV charging plans, Gravity’s DEAP really steals the spotlight. Sized just like a regular Level 2 charger and easy to install on street poles, DEAPs don’t need utility upgrades or street changes. This makes them a budget-friendly and adaptable option for cities to scale up.

Commenting on the broader implications of DEAP deployment, Cohen articulates, “The deployment of DEAPs on the curb will turn the streets into an integral part of the new clean electrical grid, offering low cost, resilient, clean power for all.”

For folks living in cities, having efficient curbside EV charging is a big deal. With Gravity’s DEAP, cities can make the most out of their street space and totally change the way drivers charge their EVs.


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RANDI BENTIA

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