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More Businesses Continue To Add EV Charging Stations

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June 8, 2021—Service and retail businesses are continuing the trend of adding electric vehicle charging stations on property. 


According to a Facility Executive report, the convenience and gas retailer 7-Eleven has announced they will build at least 500 charging stations for 250 of its stores by the end of 2022. 


“7-Eleven has always been a leader in new ideas and technology to better serve the needs of our customers,” 7-Eleven president and CEO Joe DePinto said in a statement. “Adding 500 charging ports at 250 7-Eleven stores will make EV charging more convenient and help accelerate broader adoption of EVs and alternative fuels. We are committed to the communities we serve and to working toward a more sustainable future.”


As more and more businesses add EV charging stations, Ratchet+Wrench recently spoke with Bosch Automotive Service Solutions to see if repair shops should begin installing them for customers to use on their property. Click here to read that story.

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