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EVgo has 700 EV charging stations with more than 1,050 fast chargers in thirty-five states

The Nation’s Largest Public EV Fast Charging Network

Founded in 2010, EVgo opened our first public Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station in 2011. Today, we over 700 public EV fast charging stations in 35 states and the District of Columbia. We now have more than 1,050 public EV fast chargers and 500 Level 2 chargers, and we’re adding one new charging station every six to eight weeks.

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EVgo Charging Station History

EVgo opened our first public EV charging station at the Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport Park ‘N Fly in Coppell Texas, in November 2011. By late 2012 EVgo had opened a total of ten new EV charging stations in the Texas cities of Mesquite, Houston, Spring, Kingwood, League City, Pearland, and Grand Prairie. By the end of 2012 EVgo had a total of forty-four new EV chargers in Texas, with thirty-four 50 kW DC fast chargers (EV fast chargers), and ten Level 2 chargers.

In 2013 we opened additional charging stations in Mesquite, Grapevine and Bedford Texas. We also began to expand outside of Texas, opening new EV charging stations in the Washington DC / Northern Virginia area cities of Centreville, Dulles, and Arlington. We also began expanding on the west coast, opening new EV charging stations in the Northern California cities of Fremont, Daly City, San Francisco, San Rafael, Emeryville and Vacaville, and the Southern California cities of San Diego, Carlsbad, Camarillo, Del Mar, Palmdale, Los Angeles and West Covina.  In 2013 we added a total of nineteen EV charging stations, with forty-one EV fast chargers and thirty-eight Level 2 chargers.

2014 brought significant expansion as we opened our first EV charging stations in over seventy-five new cities and the District of Columbia. These cities included Alexandria Virginia, twelve Maryland cities, Atlanta and Kennesaw Georgia, the Chestnut Hill area around Boston Massachusetts, and the South Holland area near Chicago. We also continued our west coast expansion, opening EV charging stations in twenty-five new Northern California cities, five cities around Sacramento California; the Central California city of Atwater, and twenty-seven Southern California cities. Additionally, we opened additional charging stations in many cities we had already had charging stations, including Houston, Burleson, and Dallas Texas; Arlington Virginia, San Jose, and San Diego California. In 2014 we opened a total of eighty-four new EV charging stations, with two hundred twenty EV fast chargers and one hundred seventy-nine Level 2 chargers.

2015 brought another year of considerable growth as we opened new EV charging stations in sixteen new states, including Tennessee, Vermont, Colorado, New York, Washington, New Hampshire, Indiana, North Carolina, Connecticut, Utah, Maryland, New Jersey, Arizona, Florida, Ohio, and Michigan. We also continued opening new EV charging stations in states we already had EVgo chargers including Texas, Virginia, California, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Washington DC. All told, we opened three hundred and three new EV charging stations, with four hundred thirty-one EV fast chargers and six hundred ninety-one Level 2 chargers in 2015.

In 2016 we extended our EV fast charging network even farther, opening EV fast charging stations in eleven new states including Pennsylvania, Oregon, Missouri, Arizona, Kansas, South Carolina, Nevada, Maine, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Hawaii. We also opened new charging stations in another twenty-two states which already had EVgo charging stations, including Texas, Virginia, California, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont, Colorado, New York, Washington, New Hampshire, Indiana, North Carolina, Connecticut, Utah, Maryland, New Jersey, Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Michigan. By the end of 2016 we had opened five hundred twenty-three new EV charging stations, with three hundred seventy-three DC fast chargers and five hundred sixty-seven Level 2 chargers.

Once again, we continued our expansion in 2017, opening our first EV charging station in New Mexico and opened new EV charging stations in sixteen states which already had EVgo charging stations. These included Texas, Virginia, California, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont, Colorado, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Oregon. All told, we opened one hundred thirteen new EV fast charging stations with a total of one hundred seventy-two DC fast chargers and one hundred and five Level 2 chargers.

We have continued our public EV fast charging network expansion in 2018, already opening eleven new EV charging stations in California, Massachusetts, New York and Oregon. We’re also opening our first prototype 150 kW super-fast charger for OEM testing later this month in Baker CA. With plans to build another fifty stations with more than two-hundred public fast chargers this year, EVgo is poised to continue electrifying more U.S. cities for a cleaner and safer tomorrow.