EVgo First American EV Charger Network To Use Autocharge Technology

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EVgo is the nation’s largest network of public electric vehicle fast-charging stations and on April 15th, they became the first North American EV charging network to debut auto-charge.

This innovative technology instantly recognizes your vehicle and initiates automatic charging after a one-time registration. making it even easier for drivers to fast charge with EVgo. “Autocharge technology saves EVgo members time and makes fast charging as simple as plugging in and walking away,” said Ivo Steklac, EVgo’s Chief Technology Officer. “As the first EV charging network to launch Autocharge in North America, EVgo continues to build on our track record of delivering industry-leading customer experience for our members and partners.”

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EVgo’s fast chargers are able to deliver up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes and they are compatible with all electric vehicles currently on sale that accept DC fast charging. With more than 1,100 fast chargers in 34 U.S. states, EV drivers can travel further while remaining calm about range and recharge times.

Having driven an electric Chevy Bolt for an extended period of time here in northern California, I can say having access to EVgo network was a lifesaver. Not only do they offer a superior charging system, but no one can match their vast reach across the country.

EVgo is one of the industry leaders when it comes to electric vehicle charging and with the introduction of auto-charge, it’s safe to say they will remain on the cutting edge of charging technology.

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