I know of common the 50kW DCFC stations with, (either or both) cords to feed cars with CCS/SAE or Chademo capabilities....DCFC stations can span a large range of power and cost, ..
Actually most of Tesla's Superchargers are now capable of 140KW. But they have very few cars that can actually take good advantage of that charge rate.I know of common the 50kW DCFC stations with, (either or both) cords to feed cars with CCS/SAE or Chademo capabilities.
There are some 25kW DCFC stations, somewhere..
Cost? Networks, not people, are concerned about price.
And then,, there is the Tesla Supercharger network, (100kW). But it has been reported that they don't play well with others.
Now I'm confused! I thought this was a Bolt EV forum.One question that has not been asked by the others is "What car do you have?". You are on the Volt forum, so it's quite possible that you are asking about a Volt? The Volt is not designed for DC quick charging. DC quick charging is only for pure electric cars so that when the battery is depleted the car can be "re-fueled" in a relatively short time. This would enable a BEV owner to journey beyond the vehicle's electric range. The Volt's back-up plan is the gasoline engine. When the Volt ventures beyond it's electric range the gasoline engine is used to create electricity, and the gasoline can be re-filled at any gas station just like any ICE car. So there is no way to DC quick charge a Volt. The pure electric is a much simpler design and as on-board batteries get larger the car becomes more appealing to a larger group of people. The electric's achilles heel is it's re-fueling time. So DC fast charging is the answer to shorter re-charging times.