Samsara, EVgo partner to accelerate the transition to EVs

Samsara, EVgo partner to accelerate the transition to EVs

Samsara has partnered with EVgo, a public fast-charging network for EVs, to help customers accelerate their transition to electric, with EVgo becoming the first electric vehicle partner on Samsara’s Experts Marketplace, which the company says is a network of trusted, certified implementation experts. As a certified partner on Samsara’s Experts Marketplace, EVgo can now serve as a resource and implementation partner for Samsara customers interested in taking their next step towards electrification.

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EVgo says it provides a number of options to help light-, medium-, and heavy-duty fleets electrify. These options include:

  • Public fast charging: EVgo provides fleets access to their existing and growing network of EVgo public fast chargers, which the company says has an uptime rate of 98%.
  • Dedicated charging hubs: EVgo says it can build dedicated charger hubs for fleets without consistent “home base” charging or who need additional “opportunity” charging on the go.
  • Fleet depots: EVgo offers turnkey depot solutions that the company says spans the entire value chain for fleets, including transition planning, infrastructure deployment, equipment provisioning, software & networking, and ongoing maintenance.

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