XCharge North America has unveiled plans to construct a grid supporting a Battery Storage EV Charging Superhub at Watters Creek Village, a mixed-use development near Dallas. This project will include more than 20 stalls equipped with ultra-fast chargers ranging from 200kW to 400kW per port.
Once operational, the Superhub will become the largest non-Tesla DC fast-charging hub in the region, featuring 3 megawatt-hours of storage capacity dedicated to grid support. Engineered to withstand seismic weather events, it will demonstrate the capability to sustain and redistribute energy resources. Watters Creek Village will contribute to the community by returning surplus energy to the grid, in line with broader sustainable and community-focused initiatives.
Watters Creek Village, known for its retail options, dining venues, office space, and residential lofts, will benefit from the addition of XCharge NA chargers, supporting local transportation while potentially creating new revenue streams for businesses.
“We are collaborating with XCharge North America to introduce innovative infrastructure solutions to the Dallas community,” said James Roussel of Watters Creek Village. The EV Charging Superhub will position Watters Creek as a leader in sustainable development and a prominent DC fast-charging destination in the region. Roussel invited those who have not recently visited Watters Creek to experience its improving shopping center, noting recent investments in enhancing customer experiences.
This marks the second XCharge NA deployment in Allen, following the installation of charging infrastructure at the MD7 headquarters last year.
“Aatish Patel, President of XCharge North America, highlighted the company's commitment to sustainable mobility innovation, emphasizing the significance of the Battery Storage Grid Support facility at Watters Creek Village. With over 20 ultra-fast ports, this establishment represents a step forward in fostering more sustainable and accessible electric vehicle infrastructure.”