TeraWatt Infrastructure has acquired two heavy-duty electric fleet charging sites across the Inland Empire in California that will go live in early 2025.
The two sites are located in the Agua Mansa Industrial Corridor and in Fontana, near the I-10 and I-15 interchange. At full build, they will jointly provide over 40 megawatts of power, supporting up to 500 trucks per day. TeraWatt said it also has several more sites nearby under contract.
Inland Empire EV Needs
The metropolitan Inland Empire is centered around Riverside and San Bernardino counties, home to industrial cities such as Fontana, Ontario, and Rialto. Boasting a large concentration of warehouses and distribution centers, the area is a primary hub for fleet operations.
As policy initiatives such as California's Clean Energy Transition Plan gain momentum, regions like the Inland Empire have created demand for a robust network of EV charging solutions to support fleet electrification efforts, the company explained.
"We are listening to the needs of customers in the Inland Empire who are experiencing explosive operational growth and until now, didn't have a charging network in place to keep up with the demands to electrify," said Neha Palmer, CEO of TeraWatt. "We are committed to providing a reliable charging solution and understand that convenience, accessibility, and sustainability are paramount in the evolving electric ecosystem.”
EV Charging Solutions
TeraWatt said it provides a full stack charging solution for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty fleets with a site portfolio spanning 18 states.
Services include strategic site acquisition and buildout, proprietary charging software, and in-house operations and maintenance services. TeraWatt said its network of charging sites can provide solutions for a multi-tenant hub or be custom-built for a dedicated fleet.