Siemens has announced the opening of its latest EV charging manufacturing hub. Located in Carrollton, Texas, the plant will produce EV chargers specifically designed to serve the U.S. market.

The new facility is Siemens’ second EV charging manufacturing hub in the U.S. and will contribute to its broader goal to build one million EV chargers for the domestic market. While ran by Siemens, it will also be partly operated by Wyntron – an existing partner in its eMobility’s manufacturing ecosystem. Within these operations, the Carrollton plant will manufacture VersiCharge Blue, the company’s Buy American-compliant Level 2 AC chargers.

Ranging from 11.5 kW to 19.5 kW in maximum capacity, these chargers can be used across various installations – including commercial, federal, and school bus fleets, as well as offices, hospitals, airports, campuses, parking garages, and parking lots. With VersiCharge Blue, Siemens is ultimately aiming to accelerate the deployment of adaptable, open, and accessible EV charging for its customers – including the federal government.

The Carrollton plant is the latest facility in Siemens’ U.S. electrical infrastructure footprint, which includes the ongoing expansions of its Texas and California manufacturing facilities, as well as its existing eMobility manufacturing and R&D sites.