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Electrify America car charging station opens at Target Place Plaza

Posted by Joe Bell on July 16, 2020
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July 15, 2020





Joe Bell

Director of Corporate Communications

Cafaro Company


724-730-4532 (Mobile)

Charge it up at Target Place Plaza

Owners of electric vehicles now have one more reason to pay a visit to Target Place Plaza in Olympia, Washington. A new Electrify America charging station is now open for business on the eastern side of the shopping center, next to the Jo-Ann store. Four 150kW chargers offer some of the fastest charging speeds available today. Combined Charging System (CCS) and CHAdeMO connectors are available, making them compatible with almost every electric vehicle (EV) on the road.

The Electrify America app allows drivers to pay with their mobile phones or they may use a debit or credit card. Pricing ranges from 25 to 99 cents per minute, depending on the power level the EV is capable of accepting. Drivers who opt for the new Electrify America Pass+ subscription can receive discounted per-minute rates.

Electrify America was founded in Reston, Virginia in 2016. Electrify America’s goal is to promote greater Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) adoption by offering an ultrafast and convenient charging network. It now operates fast-charging stations in more than 445 locations across the country, with over 100 more expected to open in the coming months.

Target Place Plaza has been serving Olympia since 1989. It is located on Harrison Avenue, adjacent to the Capital Mall. The shopping center encompasses 341,000 square feet of space and features popular retailers such as Target, Macy’s Furniture Gallery, Ross Dress for Less, DSW, Ulta Beauty, Jo-Ann, Famous Footwear and many more. Target Place Plaza is owned and managed as part of the Cafaro family of companies, based in Niles, Ohio. One of the nation’s largest privately held shopping center developers, the Cafaro organization has developed and managed more than 30 million square feet of commercial real estate in 14 states. For more information, visit online at





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