Published June 17. 2022 11:57AM
Wawa recently announced a company milestone reaching 100 electric vehicle charging stores across its operating area.
Wawa associates, Tesla representatives and the community gathered June 3 at Wawa Store No. 266, at 7572 Schantz Road, Upper Macungie, to celebrate this chain-wide milestone with a ceremonial ribbon cutting near the Tesla Superchargers, followed by an EV parade during which all local EV owners were invited to participate.
Wawa began hosting EV charging locations at its first store in 2017.
Wawa hosts Tesla Superchargers, and EVgo and Electrify America universal EV chargers with both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors.
To date, Wawa hosts 100 EV charging locations, including 92 with Tesla Superchargers sites and nine universal EV chargers.
“Wawa is proud to celebrate its 100th electric vehicle charging locations milestone to expand convenience services for friends and neighbors seeking access to food, beverages and electric vehicle charging at one destination,” said Brian Schaller, executive vice president and chief fuel, real estate and supply chain officer, Wawa. “We are proud to celebrate this milestone as it demonstrates our commitment to innovation, sustainability and our continued desire to meet the needs of our customers.”
For a complete list of Wawa stores hosting EV charging, see the location finder on Wawa.com or the Store Amenities in the Wawa App.
PRESS PHOTO COURTESY BRAITHWAITE COMMUNICATION Wawa associates, Tesla representatives and the community gathered June 3 at Wawa Store No. 266, 7572 Schantz Road, Allentown, for a ceremonial ribbon cutting near the Tesla Superchargers.