NEVI EV Charging Stations Coming to Oklahoma: Tesla Superchargers to be Installed in Catoosa, Henryetta, and Oklahoma City


The NEVI EV charging stations in Oklahoma will include Tesla Superchargers, with three of them being installed at specific locations: the I-44 exit 240 in Catoosa, the I-40 exit 240B in Henryetta, and the I-44 exit 125B in Oklahoma City. 

These charging stations are part of Oklahoma’s NEVI EV charger installation program, EVOK, which aims to create a state EV charging network funded by the federal NEVI program under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 

The charging stations are required to be available every 50 miles and within one travel mile of the Alternative Fuel Corridor, equipped with at least four ports capable of simultaneously charging four EVs at 150 kW each, and offering amenities like restrooms, food, and shelter. Tesla is leveraging the NEVI program to expand its charging infrastructure, benefiting from the federal funding allocated to help states establish a network of EV charging stations.