EV Charging Corridor Spans the Country

Electrify America announced in June that it completed its first cross-country route, which allows electric vehicle drivers to travel from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, California, using a direct current fast charger network. Stations are located across 11 states along Interstates 15 and 70. They are spaced an average of 70 miles apart for more than 2,700 miles.

In Colorado, the stations are located along the Interstate 70 corridor in Flagler, the Denver metro area, Golden, Silverthorne, Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction.

It is anticipated that up to 35 million EVs will be on U.S. roads by 2030.

Electrify America, working to advance electric vehicle adoption in the United States, will add a second cross-country route by the end of summer. That route will go from Jacksonville, Florida, to San Diego, California, along the I-10 and I-8 corridors.

These high-powered DC chargers are designed to get EVs fueled and back on their way more quickly.