Riverbend Co-op announces two new DC fast chargers for Davidson and Outlook, Saskatchewan

Riverbend Co-op has announced they will be adding two new EV charging stations in two separate locations in Saskatchewan.

The first will be in Davidson, Saskatchewan, and the second will be in Outlook, Saskatchewan.

The two DC fast charging stations will have a maximum output of 100 kW. Both stations will be part of the FLO EV charging network and will be open to all EVs.

Riverbend’s General Manager, Greg Sarvis, said this about the announcement:

Riverbend Co-op has been a proud energy supplier for over 90 years. Transitioning to new forms of transportation energy is a natural fit, complementing our businesses. With these new stations, Riverbend will now be able to supply energy to all EV models currently available in the North American market. We anticipate the Davidson station will play a critical role in the future of the Highway 11 economic corridor.

Both EV chargers will open in early 2023, with construction starting this fall.

The Davidson FLO location will be at the Riverbend Co-op’s Highway 11 gas bar and be adjacent to the existing Tesla Supercharger station in the community.

While the Outlook FLO location will be located at the Outlook Co-op Foodstore, this location is close to both Highway 15 and the Lake Diefenbaker recreation area.

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