A piece of good news for New Nissan Leaf owners. Nissan partners with EVgo to give pre-paid charging credits and access to more than 30,000 electric vehicle charging stations. Nissan and EVgo announced a customer-benefit program called “Nissan Energy Perks by EVgo“. New customers who lease/purchase any Nissan Leaf version will receive $250 pre-paid charging credits. Customers can redeem this credit point at any EVgo charging station spread across the U.S.

Nissan Energy Perks by EVgo program is a platform that encourages the U.S. drivers to make the switch to an electric vehicle. EVgo is the nation’s largest and most reliable EV fast-charging network.

What Benefits Do Nissan Leaf and Leaf Plus Owners Get?

  • Provide participating retail customers with access to EVgo’s network of more than 750 charging stations with more than 1200 fast chargers
  • Charging on other networks available through cooperative roaming agreements
  • As a result, Nissan Leaf and Leaf Plus owners get access to more than 30,000 public EV chargers
  • One of the largest partnerships in the U.S to benefit EV fans and electric vehicle lovers

Nissan is a long-time leader in electric vehicles. And this partnership will give a seamless increase to New Leaf owners’ confidence level. The future of driving is electric. And thus, Nissan takes unthinkable steps and measures to deliver reliable and convenience EV solution to everyone. Above all, Nissan thinks that giving convenient access to public chargers can be incredibly helpful for EV lovers in their day-to-day lives.

Early Breakthroughs by EVgo in this Sector

Likewise, EVgo stays on the path to make continuous improvements in its breakthroughs to support the EV revolution. Since the very first day, EVgo has been discovering ways to add roaming access for EVgo customers on the ChargePoint network. In doing so, EVgo is now able to provide seamless roaming to more than 28,000 Level 2 chargers and more than 300 fast chargers equipped with CHAdeMO connectors. EVgo is also partnering with Electrify America and EV Connect. If the partnership gets the green signal, then it will further expand the number of the EV charging stations through Nissan Energy Perks by EVgo.

As per the reports, Nissan Leaf is so far the No. 1 selling EV in the world. With two battery sizes, Nissan Leaf and Leaf Plus offer an EPA range of 150 and up to 226 miles respectively.

So, what do you guys think? Will the Nissan Energy Perks by EVgo be a successful program? Do share your thoughts