LIBERTYVILLE, IL—EVBox has started to assemble charging stations at its new 50,000-square-foot factory here. The Troniq Modular features upgradeable power modules that enable output ranging from 90 to 240 kilowatts (kW) in 30 kW increments. The DC fast-charging units are designed to scale as demand for EV chargers expands.

Dynamic load balancing technology allows multiple vehicles to charge simultaneously, reducing dwell and wait times at charging locations, even as EV adoption grows exponentially. A multilingual touchscreen and intuitive status LED indicator lights provide motorists with a swift, hassle-free charging session.

EVBox's new DC fast charger is compliant with the U.S. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act's Build America, Buy America guidelines, which requires that chargers be produced in the United States with at least 55 percent domestic content.

"As we look to the future of EV travel in America, we envision a charging station network that seamlessly connects cities and regions," says Remco Samules, CEO of EVBox. "The electrification of transportation will reduce our carbon footprint and lead to cleaner air, improved health and a more sustainable future for generations to come. Through public-private partnerships like the one we have with Illinois, we are setting the stage for this transition."

"I'm proud to work closely with industry partners like EVBox to advance our shared clean energy goals and accelerate the transition to zero-emission vehicles," adds Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker. "Major EV and renewable energy manufacturers have chosen to locate or expand operations in Illinois thanks to our competitive incentives, unmatched infrastructure, world-class workforce and commitment to the clean energy economy."