Electrify America continues to build out its electric car charging infrastructure in the US, and this time, it's found a partner in Love's Travel Stops.
The company announced Tuesday a new collaborative effort with Love's to install charging stations at its stops across the US. Five locations are already open as of today in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah and Florida. Crucially, the stops now open helped complete a nationwide charging route from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.
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The new stations will charge at rates up to 350 kilowatts and can add up to 20 miles of range per minute. Ultimately, Electrify America's goal is to continue chipping away at America's range anxiety about electric cars. With more places to charge, it will be mighty difficult to run out of juice. Of course, the company's also bound to invest the cash as part of a Volkswagen dieselgate settlement here in the US…
Two additional stations will open in New York and Arizona by early 2021 with more likely to come as Electrify America continues investing in charging infrastructure across the country.
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