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GM, Pilot to Add 2K EV Chargers across US

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July 15, 2022—General Motors and Pilot Travel Centers on Thursday announced the two companies will partner to install 2,000 EV charging stations to 500 Pilot and Flying J travel centers.

According to a report from The Detroit News, the new chargers will be operated and maintained by charging company EVgo. The chargers will be installed across Pilot's more than 750 locations that span 44 states and five Canadian provinces.

The first of the chargers are anticipated to go live earlier next year.

"At GM, we believe in a world of zero emissions, in an all-electric future and our genuine belief that we can put everybody into an EV," GM executive Travis Hester said in a call with media. "To enable the mass adoption of those EVs, it's necessary to build the perfect charging infrastructure."

Financial terms of the agreement were not immediately disclosed.

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