The City of Sacramento joins EVgo to open high-powered charging plaza in California

The City of Sacramento has joined with EVgo to open high-powered plaza for electric vehicles at Southside Park, California. EVgo is America’s Public Fast Charging Network. The company’s fast chargers claim to deliver convenient, fast charges to EV drivers on the go, delivering up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes.

According to the company, its fast chargers are compatible with all EV models currently on the market that accept DC Fast Charging. With more than 1,100 fast chargers and more than 1,000 Level 2 chargers in 66 metropolitan markets,

EVgo’s network in 34 U.S. states allows EV drivers to travel further while providing service by maintaining and operating its charging stations. It also offers a variety of flexible pricing options for drivers including Pay As You Go and low-cost Membership options.

In California, EVgo has built more than 550 fast chargers and is building more than 130 new, conveniently located fast chargers across California to deliver reliable and affordable fast charging to EV drivers across the state.

By partnering with the City of Sacramento on this innovative project EVgo will provide the first curbside high-power EV fast charging service in the state. It will make it easy for residents and visitors alike to shift to electric vehicles and away from fossil fuels

The Southside Park location includes a total of six curbside chargers, including three 50-kilowatt DC fast-chargers capable of delivering up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes; and three 150- kilowatt DC fast-chargers capable of delivering up to 150 miles of range in 30 minutes.
In June 2017, under Sacramento’s Demonstration

Partnerships Policy (Resolution 2017-0150), the City entered into an agreement with EVgo to construct and operate the City’s first curbside EV charging partnership in order to test, evaluate, and demonstrate the feasibility of curbside EV charging. These chargers represent a new generation of technology that can provide up to 150-mile range in as few as 20 to 30 minutes and will be available as a paid service for EV drivers.

Source: Press Release


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