Hertz is teaming up with the city of Denver to build out its charging infrastructure to support the ongoing transition to electric vehicles. The partnership is a big step toward helping rental car drivers, including those who may be renting an EV for the first time or in an unfamiliar area, to navigate the often-daunting task of finding a charge. It’ll also see Denver boost availability and education around EVs in a first-of-its-kind effort.
As part of the program, called “Hertz Electrifies,” the rental car company plans to add more than 5,000 EVs to its Denver fleet for daily customers as well as for ongoing rentals to drivers for ride-sharing services like Uber.
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