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CarCharging and J.P. Morgan Partner to Provide Electric Vehicle Charging Services at Dublin Corporate Center in Northern California

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Leading Real Estate Asset Manager and Electric Car Charging Service Provider Expand Amenities at Class A Office Campus

MIAMI BEACH, FL--May 30, 2013: Car Charging Group, Inc. (OTCQB: CCGI) ("CarCharging"), a nationwide provider of convenient electric vehicle (EV) charging services, is pleased to announce its partnership with J.P. Morgan, a leader in financial services.  J.P. Morgan provides the world's most prestigious corporations with exceptional environments that meet their office space needs, and through its partnership with CarCharging, J.P. Morgan will enhance the amenities at Dublin Corporate Center in Dublin, California by providing EV charging services. 

Dublin Corporate Center is a three building, Class A office campus ideally located along the Interstate 580 corridor at 4120 Dublin Boulevard. The campus is just three miles from the I-580/I-680 interchange, less than one mile from the BART station with shuttle service, and has approximately 1,600 parking spaces.  Additionally, the center is within walking distance of a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, banks and grocery stores.  The center was recognized by the City of Dublin with the Business Efficiency Award in 2011.

"We are delighted to offer EV charging services to the tenants and guests of the Dublin Corporate Center," said Michael D. Farkas, CEO of CarCharging.  "Northern California continues to be one of the largest markets for electric cars and we are thrilled that a leader in the real estate industry, such as J.P. Morgan, recognizes the additional value that EV charging services bring to the center."

CarCharging's services utilize EV charging stations, known as Level II, which provide 240 volts with 32 amps of power to quickly recharge an electric vehicle's battery. EV drivers can easily request CarCharging's evCharge card online, and attach the small card to their keychain to initiate use and payment at any intelligent CarCharging station. CarCharging's evCharge card also allows drivers to use charging locations on the ChargePoint Network, the largest national cloud-based network connecting EV drivers to EV charging stations. CarCharging also accepts direct payment via credit card.

Users can pinpoint EV charging station locations using the CarCharging map at Car Charging . The ChargePoint mobile application for the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry phones also provides real-time charging station location information with turn-by-turn directions.