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EVgo ($EVGO) Partners with WinCo Foods to Open First Fast Charging Station at North Las Vegas Store

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September 22, 2022 – TheNewswire - EVgo (EVGO) and WinCo Foods, a family of 138 employee-owned grocery stores, has announced the opening of the first EVgo public fast charging station for the grocery store chain in the State of Nevada. The new charging station features 350kW and 100kW fast chargers, serving four stalls in total. 


WinCo joins the ranks of EVgo’s retail locations across the country, and EVgo will add fast charging stalls to WinCo Foods locations in California, Texas, Arizona, Washington, Oregon and Utah. Since the Las Vegas station opening, EVgo has added fast charging stations to two additional WinCo Food locations in California.


EVgo fast chargers are compatible with all fast-charge capable EVs on the market. Drivers can charge their EVs one of four ways on the network: EVgo app, EVgo program card, Autocharge+ or credit card.


Jonathan Levy, Chief Commercial Officer at EVgo stated: “Las Vegas is a fast-growing market for electric vehicles, and we know that accelerating EV adoption there and across the country requires driver confidence in reliable and convenient public fast charging infrastructure.”


Since its founding in 2010, EVgo has led the way to a cleaner transportation future and its network has been powered by 100% renewable energy since 2019 through renewable energy certificates. EVgo’s owned and operated charging network features over 850 fast charging locations – currently serving over 60 metropolitan areas across more than 30 states – and continues to add more DC fast charging locations

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