Electrify America appears to have begun installing ultra-fast DC charging stations in at least two locations, according to entries on the charger database site PlugShare.com.
One location is at the sprawling Market of Wolfcreek shopping center east of Memphis, Tennessee at US-64 near I-40. It appears to consist of 4 dual-cable Signet chargers. It isn’t clear from the photo what connectors are supported but most likely each charger pedestal supports one CHAdeMO and one CCS plug.
Another location is at a corner parking area of a large rural Exxon station known as Brugh’s Mill Country Store in Fincastle, Virginia just off US-81 about 20 miles north of Roanoke.
Two ABB chargers are visible and are likely dual-cable but the angle of the photo only makes one cable visible. It’s hard to tell, but these chargers might not yet be installed in their final location and there could be others nearby that are not in the photo.
Electrify America has said that highway locations would have a minimum of 4 charging pedestals each and as many as 10.
The pedestals are typically dual-cabled and support a 50 kW CHAdeMO plug (while will be software upgraded to 100 kW in the future) and a 150 kW CCS plug. Some locations may also have one or more 350 kW CCS pedestals.