Mullen announces new mobile EV charging truck delivering level 2, 3 DC fast charging

Mullen announces new mobile EV charging truck delivering level 2, 3 DC fast charging

The EV charging truck is based on a Class 5 truck platform, providing up to 150kW of continuous power generation.

Mullen Automotive announced PowerUP, a mobile EV charging truck that can deliver level 2 and level 3 DC fast charging capabilities in scenarios where such power is not available, including roadside assistance and emergency response where immediate power is required.

The EV charging truck is based on a Class 5 truck platform, providing up to 150kW of continuous power generation. The vehicle features two level 3 DC fast chargers (one 120 kW or two 60kW each) and four level 2 chargers (7.2kW each). Additional vehicle details include:

  •      Class 5 Bi-Fuel (Gasoline – LP/RLP) cabover chassis
  •      GVWR – 19,500 lbs.
  •    Wheelbase – 150 in.
  •      Featuring a 150kW dual fuel (propane/ natural gas) onboard generator
  •      One 120kW level 3 DC, 950V fast charger or two 60kW level 3 DC
  •      Four 7.2kW level 2 chargers
  •   Approximately 150 gallons of total onboard propane storage

The EV charging truck is available now.

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