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Car Charging Group Announced Availibility of EV Charging Services at NEMA in San Francisco, California

Car Charging Group, Inc. ("CarCharging"), a nationwide provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging services, announced that through its partnership with Crescent Heights, one of the nation's leading real estate brands, EV charging services are available at NEMA in San Francisco, California.

Located across from Twitter headquarters and the cash-register replacement app, Square, NEMA is a next generation luxury residential community at the forefront of San Francisco's dynamic Mid-Market neighborhood renaissance.

NEMA's world-class architecture was designed to achieve LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, and the community offers an unparalleled range of services and an expansive array of both indoor and outdoor amenities. The EV charging services are now added to the property's multitude of conveniences and services, including destination elevators, a 7,000 sq ft staffed fitness center, heated saline pool, slub solarium, 24 hour/7 day valet garage, a smart garbage chute, dog washing and grooming station.

"We are thrilled to add the EV stations to the garage as another convenience for our residents," said Sadie Simpson, NEMA Marketing Manager.

"In major urban markets like San Francisco, it is becoming increasingly important for residential properties to offer residents with the ability to charge their electric cars," said Michael D. Farkas, CEO of CarCharging. "EV charging services allow the property to remain competitive and provides residents with the opportunity to recharge their EV at home."

While a ChargePoint station was initially deployed at the property, CarCharging and Crescent Heights replaced it with a Blink charger and expanded the total number of Blink stations at the property. These EV charging stations provide 240 volts with 32 amps of power to quickly recharge an electric vehicle's battery. EV drivers can easily request Blink's InCard at to initiate use and payment at these locations. Blink's InCard also allows drivers to use charging locations on the Blink Network, the software that operates, monitors, and tracks the Blink stations and all of its charging data. CarCharging's EV charging stations also accept direct payment via credit card.

Users can pinpoint additional EV charging station locations using the CarCharging map at or


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