The new station, featuring four chargers, can deliver up to 150 kW to capable vehicles.
This brings the company’s total funding of STEM and workforce development to more than $3 million since 2021.
TravelCenters of America and Electrify America intend to install DC fast chargers nationwide.
More than 500 electric vehicle charging stations are now open to the public.
Education and awareness programs are being provided for low-income and disadvantaged communities throughout California.
The ‘Hello, Freedom’ campaign is designed to drive awareness for the brand and charging station availability.
It is the first of two electric vehicle fast-charging cross-country routes. The second route will be completed by September.
Ford Mustang Mach-E customers in the U.S. will receive 250 kilowatt-hours of complimentary charging.
Electrify America recently announced an agreement with Lyft to provide EV renters in its Express Drive program with convenient charging on its DC fast charging network.
The company announced plans to install 10 more charging stations featuring 59 chargers in the state in coming months.
The interoperability agreement will allow drivers to seamlessly charge their EVs on public chargers between both networks using their existing account credentials to start a session, without incurring any additional fees.