EVgo Hits 40-Percent Growth in Calif.

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Oct. 23, 2019—EVgo announced today that it has extended its leadership as the nation's largest public fast charging network serving electric vehicle (EV) drivers by increasing its California network by 40 percent from year-end 2018.

The company says that more than 80 percent of Californians live within a 15-minute drive of one of 300 EVgo fast charging stations across the state, giving it the highest EV adoption rate.

EVgo develops, owns and operates fast charging stations to serve EV drivers, fleets and trucks, according to a press release. This year, EVgo has opened more than 100 new fast chargers throughout California and expects to open more than 200 new fast chargers in the state by year-end 2019.

EVgo operates in 34 states and says its 750-station network is with that 15-minute range of 100 million Americans. The company says its customer base is 180,000 in the U.S.

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