EVgo, a Los Angeles-based electric vehicle charging outfit that opened its first-ever station in Texas in 2011, is set to go public through a merger with New York-listed blank-check firm Climate Change Crisis Real Impact I Acquisition. Proceeds from the deal will fund the company's ambitious expansion plans . . .
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