Electrify America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen formed in the wake of Dieselgate, hopes to install or start construction on more than 2,000 chargers across the continental US by the end of 2019. To give folks an idea of where they'll be, it added a map to its website this week, which paints a much clearer picture than a press release.
Nearly every state appears slated for at least one bank of chargers, except for the Dakotas.
The locations are subject to change, so this might not be accurate in the future, but that's how it appears for the time being.
Whether it's on a highway or in a Walmart parking lot, Electrify America wants to boost EV adoption by fleshing out its infrastructure. Urban chargers will pack charging power between 50 and 150 kW, with highway stations touting as much as 350 kW of power. No car on the market can currently handle such a fast charge, but Porsche and others have plans to change that. It's not exactly gas-station-fillup fast, but it's way better than what we currently have.