ALTOONA, Pa.—Convenience retailer Sheetz has surpassed a major milestone of more than two million electric vehicle charging sessions.
An early adopter of EV charging, Sheetz installed its first EV charger in Pennsylvania in 2012 and has grown to one of the largest charging networks in the United States. Sheetz has 650 EV chargers at 95 of its store locations. Sheetz surpassed one million charging sessions this same time last year.
“With nearly 700 stores across Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio, Sheetz has an established infrastructure with plans to expand our electric vehicle charging network in the future,” said Trevor Walter, vice president of petroleum supply management at Sheetz.
“Our goal at Sheetz has always been to be the ultimate one-stop-shop, to help customers to refuel - or recharge - your car and refresh your body. With the market for electric vehicles gaining popularity, Sheetz is committed to building a network now for the future needs of our customers,” he said.
Sheetz currently operates 679 store locations across Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland, with all locations open 24/7, 365 days a year. Sheetz is opening its first store in Dayton, Ohio, next year and expanding into Michigan in 2025.