Private companies will install, own, and operate the DC fast chargers for public use at the following sites:
- Snowville – Pilot Flying J Travel Center
- Tremonton – Maverik
- Layton/Ogden – Rocky Mountain Power
- Delle (I-80) – Utah.Energy
- Coalville – Rocky Mountain Power
- Nephi – Tesla
- Tie Fork – Rocky Mountain Power
- Price/Wellington – Maverik
- Fillmore – Maverik
- Ivie Creek – Rocky Mountain Power
- Moab – Rocky Mountain Power
- Thompson Springs – Utah.Energy
- Cove Fort – Rocky Mountain Power
- Monticello – Maverik
- Bluff – Rocky Mountain Power
The number of registered EVs in Utah has grown by an average of 48% year-over-year, and as of December 2022, according to the US Department of Energy
, the state had 28,050 registered EVs.
UDOT executive director Carlos Braceras said, “Building out the statewide charging network really opens the door to let Utahns choose to travel where they want, when they want, in the way they want.”
It’s great to see the NEVI program roll out in Utah. And the state’s resident EV drivers won’t be the only winners; Utah saw 17.8 million travelers in 2021, according to the Utah Office of Tourism. EV drivers visiting the state to hike, sightsee, or ski, or who are just passing through on a road trip will undoubtedly be delighted by convenient and easy-to-reach DC fast chargers.
And remember: NEVI-funded DC fast chargers have to actually work.