EVgo unveils new fleet charging solutions

EVgo unveils new fleet charging solutions

EVgo provides a variety of Level 2 and DCFC charging solutions for light-, medium- and heavy-duty fleets.

EVgo Inc. is expanding EVgo Fleet Charging Solutions with a new suite of services to support fleets as they electrify their vehicles. EVgo, which serves over 300,000 customer accounts today including rideshare, autonomous, delivery, university and other fleet clients, has developed the EVgo Optima software package and the EVgold service guarantee to make the shift to electric seamless for fleets.

EVgo provides a variety of Level 2 and DCFC charging solutions for light-, medium- and heavy-duty fleets, designed to meet their unique operational needs, including the ability to leverage a combination of:

  • Depot Charging Solutions: EVgo offers depot charging solutions with a range of flexible ownership models, from comprehensive turnkey solutions for fleet operations to Charging-as-a-Service (ChaaS) offerings.
  • Dedicated Charger Network: With support from its real estate team, EVgo works with fleets to build dedicated turnkey sites away from base to enable charging at locations strategically important to their operations.
  • Public Network: Fleets have access to EVgo’s growing public charging network of over 800 fast charging and 1,200+ Level 2 locations.

EVgo’s fleet solutions include a complete solution set of hardware, software, operations, networking, and maintenance functions and capabilities supporting holistic cost-saving and optimization for fleet operations. This includes EVgo Optima, which the company calls a “smart” cloud-based software platform that ensures vehicles are optimally fueled at the lowest possible cost while adhering to facility and electrical grid constraints.

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