Subway To Add EV Charging Stations at Select Restaurants

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Last week, when Subway confirmed rumors that its shareholders are exploring a possible sale of the company, it said the brand would remain focused on “modernization of restaurants and improvements to its overall guest experience.”

This week, the world got a peek of one aspect of those modernization efforts: electric vehicle charging stations.

Subway will work to create the stations in partnership with GenZ EV Solutions, with small-format, fast EV charging stations being piloted at new or newly remodeled U.S. restaurants starting this year. The multi-year rollout also will include Subway Oasis charging parks featuring picnic tables, Wi-Fi, restrooms and playgrounds.

Guests using the stations will be offered exclusive promotions, Subway says.

“We’re constantly exploring new ways to innovate and exceed our guests’ expectations for a high-quality, convenient experience,” states Mike Kappitt, chief operating and insights officer of Subway. “Our partnership with GenZ EV Solutions is a win for our guests, our franchisees and our planet, creating a dedicated space for drivers to charge their vehicle while enjoying their favorite Subway sandwich.”




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