Nissan and BMW are joining forces to offer public fast charging at 120 locations across 19 states in an effort to support Nissan Leaf and BMW i3 owners, and to promote increased adoption of electric vehicles nationwide. With the new partnership, the automakers say they are addressing the growing demand for more public fast-charging options in markets across the United States, giving drivers the ability to easily extend the length of their electric travels. The breadth of Nissan and BMW’s fast-charger expansion is widespread, with stations now available in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, North and South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Nissan e BMW firmam parceria para instalar carregadores r┬Ěpidos

“Fast charging” stations mean that electric-vehicle owners have a means of charging away from home, thus extending the range of their excursions.

Fast charger network supports EV adoption: