EVgo is looking to the future with a renewed commitment to enhance the dependability of its EV fast-charging network in the upcoming year. The resolution is to ensure that customers have access to reliable power when they need it.
The ReNew initiative is EVgo's ongoing effort to closely track and take care of its infrastructure, something the company has been busy with all throughout 2022. Notably, EVgo says it upgraded, replaced or got rid of 125 charging stations during the first three quarters of last year.
EVgo is ushering in a new era of reliable EV charging with its ReNew program. This program focuses on site maintenance for the company's 850+ fast charging stations, featuring 1,700+ stalls. What's more; this initiative will replace older stations with modern hardware that can support up to 350kW charging for vehicles like the GMC Hummer EV.
EVgo is proud to introduce its new up-keeping program, developed in collaboration with automakers like GM. This endeavour is designed to expand the availability of EV charging and simplify charging for compatible vehicles. Autocharge Plus, EVgo's Plug and Charge service, can now activate with a CCS combo 1 adapter for even more models including Tesla.
EVgo and Lyft Launch New Partnership to Accelerate Rideshare Electrification Nationwide
EVgo Inc has unveiled a new discount program for electric vehicle (EV) ride share drivers on Lyft's platform. The move displays the join effort of the two companies in propelling adoption of EVs, with the aim of providing access to fast charging infrastructure quickly and easily.
“Electrifying our transportation network is a critical component in fighting climate change. We know many drivers on Lyft want to switch to EVs, which is why we’re focused on addressing the biggest barriers they face in transitioning: upfront costs and access to affordable charging. This expanded partnership with EVgo is an important step in addressing the second barrier and part of a suite of new offerings to support drivers in switching to an EV on Lyft,” said Paul Augustine, Lyft’s Director of Sustainability.
EVgo and Amazon Partner to Enable EV Drivers to Locate and Pay for Charging with Alexa
EVgo Inc, one of the largest public fast charging networks for electric vehicles (EVs) in the nation, has just announced a partnership with Amazon. The collaboration will allow motorists to use Alexa in order to locate nearby EVgo stations and get directions to them; they can also initiate and pay for charging sessions without leaving their vehicle. This in-vehicle feature will become available both on Alexa-enabled cars and Echo Auto accessories later this year.
The New NIO EC7 Flagship Coupe SUV Come With 572 Miles Of Ranges
The all-new EC7 comes with 644bhp, 627 lb-ft twin-motor, four-wheel drive powertrain, this enables the vehicle to complete a 0-62mph acceleration within 3.8 seconds.
$NIO Cuts Q4 2022 Delivery Expectations.
Chinese EV startup NIO as EV cut deliveries expectations for December 2022. So far NIO has done well to deliver over 91,000 EVs in 2022. The company has sold 41K ES6s, 29,900 ES8s, and almost 30K EC6s. To say this company is undervalued is an understatement.
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