7-Eleven launches its new electric vehicle (EV) charging network 7Charge which could become the largest in the US

7-Eleven, Inc., a premier name in the convenience-retailing industry, has announced 7Charge, its new, proprietary electric vehicle (EV) charging network and app. It delivers a convenient and reliable fast-charging experience at select 7-Eleven® stores in the US and will be coming soon to Canada. 

7-Eleven intends to build one of the largest and most compatible electric vehicle (EV) fast-charging networks of any retailer in North America with the launch of 7Charge. It is already delivering fast-charging services to customers in several locations in Florida, Texas, Colorado and California.

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The 7Charge network will offer EV drivers 7-Eleven’s trademark convenience and accessibility. 7Charge sites allow customers to charge any EV make and model compatible with common CHAdeMO or Combined Charging System (CCS) plug types. 

The 7Charge app offers convenience and coordination to customers looking for a seamless charging and payment experience. The 7Charge app can be downloaded from the App Store/Google Play or by visiting 7-eleven.com/7charge. 

This is big news with 7-Eleven having such a vast network of stores across the US. Hopefully, this will encourage more to transition to zero emissions electric vehicle motoring sooner. 

Joe DePinto, 7-Eleven president and CEO, said: “For over 95 years, 7-Eleven has innovated to meet our customers’ needs – delivering convenience where, when and how they want it. Now, we are innovating once again to meet our customers’ where they are by expanding our business to provide EV drivers convenience of the future… today.”

7-Eleven’s new 7Charge electric vehicle (EV) charging network could become the biggest in the USA

The 7Charge network will deliver on the growing consumer need for EV charging infrastructure. By expanding the 7Charge network, while continuing to utilise third-party fast-charging network options, 7-Eleven will have the ability to grow its network to match consumer demand and make EV charging available to neighbourhoods that have, until now, lacked access.

Once the network’s expansion is complete, 7-Eleven will have one of the largest and most compatible fast-charging networks of any retailer in North America. It will serve communities and customers at charging stations across its entire family of brands including Speedway and Stripes stores.

Ian Osborne
Ian Osborne
Editor-in-Chief at ElectricDrives

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