LG Electronics to enter the U.S. EV charging market with a line of owner-operated AC and DC chargers

17 November 2023, 02:23:17

LG Electronics to enter the U.S. EV charging market with a line of owner-operated AC and DC chargersLG Electronics will enter the rapidly growing U.S. electric vehicle charger market in 2024 with the introduction of its first line of AC and DC powered EV charging stations. According to LG Business Solutions USA's Senior Vice President Nicolas Min, the line will include Level 2 and Level 3 EV chargers, opening new opportunities for businesses, municipalities and other public places to support the electrification of America with independently owned and operated charging stations.

LG knows that the U.S. will need hundreds of thousands of additional Level 2 and Level 3 chargers to support the growing number of EVs on the road, and LG will help individual businesses take part in the market without relying on third-party owner operators. By giving hotels, restaurants, venues, transit hubs, municipal buildings and other locations the opportunity to own and operate their own EV charging stations, LG will empower them to set their own rates and ensure enough capacity to meet local demands.

LG's initial product line for the U.S. market will include Level 2 AC Chargers with a load management solution and variable current settings enabling 11kW of output power through a standard SAE J1772 connector. The Level 2 AC Charger will be designed for simple wall mounting with an optional stand that enables placement anywhere. Also planned for next year is LG's first Level 3 DC Charger, a stand-type model with a connected Power Bank that provides fast charging up to 175kW through CCS1 and NACS connectors1. The Level 3 model will feature a large outdoor LCD touch-screen display that can serve multiple functions for various owners and use cases.

LG Electronics employs a nationwide network of sales, customer support and technical maintenance professionals that will give LG a significant advantage over smaller EV charging firms and will provide buyers with peace of mind when investing in their privately-owned charging infrastructure. The new LG chargers coming next year will feature trusted LG software to enable integration with other LG infrastructure elements including digital display networks. Some models may offer additional revenue opportunities through included digital displays that can present third-party advertisements.

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Doors: 4, Seats: 5
Length: 188.3 in / 4784 mm
Width: 76.3 in / 1938 mm
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Location: Rear
Location: Front
Battery: 100 kWh, Voltage: 800 V

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Length: 196.7 in / 4997 mm
Width: 77.3 in / 1963 mm
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Length: 196.7 in / 4997 mm
Width: 77.3 in / 1963 mm
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Width: 76.8 in / 1950 mm
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Location: Front
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