Utility and Government Agencies


Increase fleet efficiency and lower overall transportation costs by having a dedicated EVgo charging station for your electric vehicle fleet.

EVgo Powers Utilities and Government Agencies Nationwide

A utility or government agency’s automotive fleet is vital to your efficiency and performance. It also makes up a significant portion of your monthly budget. For the past seven years EVgo has been working with Federal and State Agencies across the country to increase fleet efficiency and lower overall transportation costs while also helping them meet federal sustainability requirements.

Whether you oversee the management of a law enforcement office, a state transportation office, an employment development office, department of water and power or the operations of an entire city, EVgo has the expertise and experience to ensure your fleet management runs at maximum efficiency, overall costs come in under budget and you meet federal sustainability requirements.

Take Advantage of Our Expertise

EVgo operates the largest network of public DC fast charging stations in the U.S. to date and is ready to use this experience to help you significantly increase your overall fleet efficiency.  EVgo has more electric vehicle DC fast charging infrastructure experience than any other EV Charging Company in the nation and can offer agencies and utilities the very best fleet management.

As you’ve probably experienced, DC fast charging infrastructure is significantly more difficult to design and implement than you anticipated.  Now you can take advantage of our expertise in location selection, construction and permitting experience, marketing, customer service, billing, and network operations.

Technical Experience

Established Partnerships

Superior Service

“For us, it was a no-brainer. EVgo had a lot of expertise, and had a really developed business model. We could continue to reinvent the wheel, but the collaboration made a lot more sense.”

- GMP CEO Mary Powell

Proven Success

EVgo and Green Mountain Power’s partnership demonstrates a model which combines the best of both parties; the utility was able to use its balance sheet and local knowledge to bring a comprehensive network to even rural Vermont, while EVgo brought development expertise and host relationships that would have taken years for the utility to duplicate.

The result was a comprehensive, statewide Level 2 and DC Fast Charging network in operation years before any of its neighboring states.

Vermont’s Green Mountain Power, the largest utility in the state, is a unique utility: beyond being committed to a sustainable future, it is the globe’s first utility Certified B Corporation; requiring it to meet rigorous social, environmental, accountability and transparency standards and be committed to use business as a force for good.

And Green Mountain Power is a champion in its commitment to sustainability: the utility’s current energy supply is 94% carbon free and more than 63% renewable.

Self-described as “customer-obsessed,” in 2015 Green Mountain Power partnered with EVgo to build a statewide charging network to reduce EV range anxiety, one of the leading barriers to increased EV purchases.

The resulting co-branded EVgo/Green Mountain Power charging network made Vermont the first state to offer a strategically designed, comprehensive Level 2 and DC fast charging network.

In selecting charger locations, Green Mountain Power’s objectives were two-fold: map ideal locations to reduce range anxiety and maximize use, and support economic development for local businesses. EVgo helped Green Mountain Power map locations throughout the state to accomplish both.

To build the network, Green Mountain Power purchased chargers from EVgo. EVgo installed and maintains the chargers using best practices, as well as providing 24/7 customer service and marketing program management. EVgo’s team co-branded the charging stations for a personalized Green Mountain Power EV charging network. 

With range anxiety minimized, statewide EV adoption is increasing substantially. According to Drive Electric Vermont, in January 2020 there were 3,716 passenger EVs in the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles registration database, a 24% increase over the past year. Electric cars are also spreading across the state, and are now in 90% of Vermont communities.

With Green Mountain Power’s “customer-obsessed” EV charging vision and EVgo’s consistent, reliable charging network, Vermont continues to be a beacon for statewide EV charging support and EV adoption.

Through this collaboration, GMP customers have access to a 24/7 call center provided by EVgo, and roadside assistance with EVgo’s partner Uber. EVgo customers have the convenience of selecting a low-cost monthly plan from EVgo or paying “at the pump.”  The chargers are fast, charging an DCFC enabled car 80% in just 20 minutes. The future is bright for Vermont thanks to the partnership between GMP and EVgo. Not only will more Vermonters be empowered to choose electric vehicles, but EV tourists from Canada and the surrounding northeast states will be encouraged to visit Vermont, as it is the only New England state fully traversable by EVs.