This cutting-edge centre will feature more than 20 bays with ultra-fast chargers, providing a high-tech solution for EV drivers with max outputs ranging from 200kW to 400kW per port.

Once established, the superhub will serve as the largest non-Tesla DC fast-charging hub in the region, featuring an impressive three megawatt-hours of storage capacity that offers grid support. It is designed to handle seismic weather events, demonstrating the capability to sustain and redistribute energy resources. This extends beyond merely powering electric vehicles, as Watters Creek actively contributes to the neighbourhood by returning surplus energy to the grid. This commitment aligns with the community's broader goal of sustainable and community-focused initiatives.

Watters Creek Village is a shopping and entertainment destination with a diverse mix of amenities, including various retail options, outdoor dining restaurants, and office space and residential lofts. The addition of XCharge NA chargers will support greener local transportation while offering businesses a potential new revenue stream.

“The upcoming EV Charging Superhub will not only position Watters Creek as a leader in sustainable development but also establish itself as the largest high-end DC fast-charging destination in the region,” said James Roussel with Watters Creek Village.

This will be the second XCharge NA deployment in Allen, following the installation of charging infrastructure at the MD7 headquarters last year.