Fast charge expansion to US and Sweden

Aqua superPower has expanded its marine fast charge network into the USA and Scandinavia with installations in Tahoe City Marina, Lake Tahoe (North America’s largest alpine lake) and Lyckans Slip Marina (below) in Fiskebäckskil on the west coast of Sweden.

“The US and Scandinavia are key strategic markets for Aqua superPower,” notes CEO Alex Bamberg. “Tahoe City Marina and Lyckans Slip Marina are prime examples of the locations leading the way in adopting clean electric boating and the charging infrastructure we provide.”
“We have always aimed to be at the forefront of environmental work, and the decision to be the first in Sweden to join the Aqua superPower network is one part of this,” explains Lyckans Slip marina director Conny Holmberg. “I want Lyckans Slip to be well ahead of the expected surge in clean electric boating. With over 70 electric boat builders currently in operation, there is a growing and fast-evolving range of models for boat lovers to explore. Our new Aqua 75 DC rapid charger will allow them to charge and regain their autonomy in as little as 20 to 90 minutes. That’s the time it takes to have a leisurely lunch at our on-site restaurant.”
“As members of the Clean Marina Program, Tahoe City Marina is proud to be the first boating destination in the US to provide marine fast charging with the Aqua supercharger. This firmly puts Tahoe City Marina and Lake Tahoe on the map as a viable location for electric boat owners and boat makers to bring their craft,” says general manager Jim Phelan.
“The transition to e-marine mobility will accelerate as a result of the enhanced convenience afforded by the expansion of plug and go charging infrastructure. Partnering with Aqua superPower is part of our wider environmental efforts and to enable us to service the growing number of electric boat users. We look forward to welcoming clean electric boating to Tahoe City Marina and the lake,” he adds.


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