Growing to meet the increasing charging demands of the expanding EV marketplace, EVgo's expansion push included a 10-day window with 10 new stations representing 38 fast charging stalls coming online in new locations spanning California, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington and the District of Columbia.
These new station locations include grocery stores, hotels, coffee shops, libraries, retail shopping centers and other destinations whose dwell times are well aligned with the convenience and value proposition of EVgo's DC fast charging technology.
Including these latest installations, EVgo currently boasts more than 800 fast charging locations in 65 metro areas across 34 states, each powered by 100% renewable electricity.
"EVgo has been deploying and operating fast charging for a decade, and as automakers bring another 40 EV models to market over the next three years, we are expanding to make charging convenient for everyone," said Cathy Zoi, CEO of EVgo. "EVgo locates our stations where drivers want to be anyway: near shopping, restaurants, parks and other services. So if you live in an apartment without home charging, work as a professional driver and need to charge fast to get back on the road or have home charging and simply want to top up while you shop, EVgo is at your service."
EVgo has announced it is building thousands more fast chargers over the coming years for both consumers and commercial drivers. Through its partnerships with market-leading automakers, fleet and rideshare operators, retail and other site hosts, utilities, governments and other stakeholders, EVgo has steadily grown over the last decade to become the largest public EV fast charging network in the U.S.