Caesars Entertainment Corp. and NV Energy have teamed up to provide nearly all of Caesars' northern and southern Nevada resorts and casinos with electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on-site.
Caesars has just added charging stations to 13 resorts and casinos – bringing a total of 48 charging ports installed in guest parking lots and valet areas and available for guests to use at no cost.
The casino-entertainment company says it is working to expand the availability of EV charging at its domestic resorts, with the next round of deployment planned for four more locations across the country.
The stations are on the ChargePoint network, allowing drivers to check station availability and find charging spots in real time through the ChargePoint mobile app, the Web and car navigation units.
The Level 2 charging ports at Caesars' stations accommodate both hybrids and all-electric models using the industry standard J1772 plug.