Yes, so long as it is a good quality USB power supply that follows USB specifications.

Why: USB-C power supplies (chargers) must only provide 5V / 2A by default. They can then provide more power, fast charging, power delivery, or anything special only if they communicate with the device and agree that it can accept more power. In the case of the NanoFoamer Lithium, no such communication will occur, so all chargers should only provide 5V 2A for normal-speed charging.
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