Nissan and EVgo are expanding the charging network for EV drivers with the installation of 200 direct current fast chargers (DCFC) across the United States.
 - Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan and EVgo are expanding the charging network for EV drivers with the installation of 200 direct current fast chargers (DCFC) across the United States.

Photo courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan and EVgo are installing 200 direct current fast chargers across the United States as part of an effort to expand the charging network for electric vehicles.

Each of the new fast-chargers is capable of delivering 100kW and have both CHAdeMO and CCS connectors so more EV drivers can benefit, according to a release from Nissan.

The joint investment by Nissan and EVgo expands on a six-year partnership between the organizations, according to the automaker. Nissan has installed more than 2,000 quick charge connectors across the country since 2010.

More than 100 million Americans currently live within a 15-minute drive of an EVgo fast charger, including those built in partnership with Nissan along the I-95 corridor on the East Coast and on roads in California that support drives to and from Monterey and Lake Tahoe.

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