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Expanded NRG eVgo Network Takes Electric Vehicle Drivers Further Than Ever Before
eVgo fast charging allows electric vehicle drivers to charge their vehicles in the time it takes to visit a nearby retail establishment or restaurant. (Photo: Business Wire)
Stretching from California’s sunny coast to the busy roads of
“NRG’s strategic expansion of our eVgo network integrates a family of
in-home and away-from-home chargers to meet the needs of consumers who
drive a variety of electric vehicles. The continued growth of the eVgo
network provides range confidence to electric vehicle drivers and the
growing number of consumers who are ready to embrace the EV movement and
take a fresh look at their personal transportation,” said
eVgo’s groundbreaking agreements with
Last year demonstrated a significant 20-fold increase in customers throughout the network. As it enters 2015, NRG eVgo is aggressively working to meet the needs and growth patterns of each region it serves with superior customer service. In particular:
California– One of the country’s earliest adopters of electric vehicles, the Golden State has more than 120 Fast Chargers, the highest number of Fast Chargers amongst all providers in California.
Chicago– In the heart of the Midwest, eVgo is hard at work restoring existing Fast Charger stations, positioning itself for network expansion and making it truly comprehensive. There are 26 chargers in the Chicagoarea, and the company is adding more.
Texas–The Lone Star State has nearly 50 eVgo charging stations online in the North Texasand greater Houstonareas, continuing to meet customer demand in the two largest EV markets in Texas.
Atlanta– Atlantais one of the fastest growing metropolitan markets for EV sales, and eVgo is helping and simplifying consumers and businesses use of electric vehicles. Atlantaalready has 12 Fast charging stations, and we have plans to add many more.
Atlantic Region– eVgo chargers can be found in major metropolitan areas covering portions of Washington D.C. Virginia, and Maryland. This area currently has 24 active eVgo stations with another one expected to be online by the end of the month.
The NRG eVgo national network is continuing to expand, including its
first five stations in
For more information on the growth of the eVgo network, visit www.nrgevgo.com.
ABOUT NRG eVgo
The NRG eVgoSM network gives electric vehicle (EV) owners new
freedom and range confidence via home and workplace charging docks, plus
a network of fast charging stations conveniently located at retailers
along major transportation corridors within eVgo cities. Service plans
offered by eVgo can provide EV owners a home or workplace charger and
use of eVgo’s Freedom Station® sites and other public charging stations.
eVgo is a subsidiary of
Source: NRG eVgo
David Knox, 713-824-6445