The following are charger sites for the Chrysler EV EPIC
(Electric Powered Interurban Commuter) Minivans. The charger for this vehicle is somewhat unique and not
available through the growing public infrastructure. These sites are
private sites, which if contacted, may allow use of their charger(s).
The sites primarily utilize the large Lockheed-Martin charger or the
"blue box". Some
locations also have a Level 3 fast charger (such as AeroVironment) which typically charge at the
rate of 2 miles/minute and usually provide up to a 75-80% charge in 30
Host - City of Pasadena City Yards/Water & Power Facility (photo)
311 W. Mountain Street
(626) 744-4456, 744-4469
Contact: Brian Wilson (626-744-4393)
Notes: One Charger is publicly available however dependent upon hours of
operation. Charger is with EV charger bank on rear of a satellite
Pasadena Water & Power building next to 210 freeway. Yards facility
just east of 210 FWY's Seco/Mountain Street exit.
Host - AeroVironment Inc. (photo)
821 S. Myrtle Ave
Contact: Dale Foster, (626) 357-9983 x271
David Swan-Director of Energy Storage (626) 357-9983 x567
Notes: Charger is private. Cross Streets are the North-West corner of Myrtle Ave and Chestnut
Street. Types of chargers available - AeroVironment 60kW PosiCharge fast
charger (w/ ODU connector for EPIC and AVCON connector for others),
Lockheed Martin charger for EPIC (blue box), MagneCharge level 2 inductive
charger. Hours of Operation Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Directions - from the
210 FWY in Monrovia, exit Myrtle Avenue, proceed North approximately 1/2
mile. Second street after Huntington Drive is Chestnut Street.
Turn Left (west) on Chestnut, turn right into first parking lot.
Since this is a private facility, the charging stations are located in the
rear of the 821 Building (to the West on Chestnut). Gate is open
during normal business hours, but locked after hours.
Host - Whittier Dodge
16114 E. Whittier Blvd.
Notes: Two chargers at location. Chargers are on East side of a small white building
on east end of property.
Host -Glenn E. Thomas Dodge
2100 E. Spring Street
Notes: The site has several Level 1 chargers.
Host - Mercedes Benz Emission Test Lab (photo)
4035 Via Oro
Contact: Berndt Herrbich
Notes: Six chargers, plus two Level 3 rapid chargers on private
facility - one AeroVironment and one Siemens Norvik.
Available 8am-4pm M-F, Go to front of building to gain access through
security gate. If going North on 405 FWY, Exit Santa Fe Avenue (S)
and upon crossing Warnock continue straight through intersection until Via
Oro and turn left, continue past Carson and site is on your left.
Host - Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP) (photo)
111 N. Hope Street
(800) 552-2334 LADWP EV Hotline
Contact: Terry Brungard (213) 367-0290 or Scott Briasco (213) 367-0239
Notes: Several Chargers plus Level
3 rapid charger are at facility on private parking lot.. Chargers are located in parking lot off of 1st Street on
West-side of building under Photovoltaic metal supports painted purple.
Contact security guards either in guard shack off of Hope Street, or park
temporarily in lot off Hope Street and enter street level near fountain on
foot to notify security guard to arrange access into keyed gate on 1st
Los Angeles (LAX Airport):
Host - Express Shuttle (photo)
Contact: Michael Fields
Notes: One Level 3 rapid charger (AeroVironment) with provisions for 2
more for fleet usage.
Rapid charger located
across from Lot C on West-side of Sepulveda. 105West, off Sepulveda -
North, 96thStreet Right, Vicksburg (1st intersection) Left, go up ramp and
as street begins to go down turn out left (street reverses direction and
goes past airport police). At intersection with Alverstone turn Left and
go under ramp (heading North), at end of street is the rapid charger.
Charger is in shuttle van holding lot.
(See Thomas Guide Page 702or Map).
If going south on Sepulveda turn right on 96th Street (small hospital on
south-west corner), turn right on Alverstone, at end of street is rapid
Two Level 1 chargers (blue box) are available at the Xpress Shuttle
Administration location at 9800 S. Sepulveda Boulevard which is at the
corner of Sepulveda Blvd norht and 98th Street. The chargers are on
the east side of this multi-story office building (old CalFed building
just north of Wyndham hotel across from LA Airport College Center) whose
entrance is gated off of 98th Street.
Host - USPS Harbor City
25690 Frampton Avenue
Contact: Ron Johnson, Customer Service Supervisor
Notes: The site has 6 chargers which are used for fleet charging, so at
least one charger may be available when vehicles are out in field.
Cross streets are Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) and Normandie west of the
110 Freeway. Hours are 9am-4:30pm.
Host - Southern California Edison (Transportation Services Yard) (photo)
265 North-East End Avenue
Contact: Ricardo Solares
Notes: The site has two Level 1 Lockheed-Martin ("blue-box")
chargers for fleet usage.
This location is between the 10FWY and the 60FWY just south of Holt Blvd
east of Central. If going east on the 10FWY, exit Indian Hill and
turn right, at Holt turn right, and then left on East End, go to the third
West Hollywood: Host - City of West Hollywood (photo)
8300 Santa Monica Blvd
Contact: Kevin Trudeau, Project Supervisor
Notes: The site has one Level 1 Lockheed-Martin
("blue-box") charger available to public. The charger is in the City Hall
parking lot and may have car on charger for the carpool that can be
moved. The site is at the west end of the parking lot located at the
south-west corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Sweetzer.
Host - Port Hueneme Naval Construction Battalion (photo)
Pleasant Valley Road Gate off of Ventura Boulevard
Contact: Jeff McCalister, Naval Facilities Center
Notes: The base has six Level 1 Lockheed-Martin
("blue-box") chargers. Because this is a naval base,
arrangements must be made prior to arrival for security