NEWS COMMENTARY

General Motors will collaborate with EVgo, ChargePoint, and Greenlots to aggregate EV charging infrastructure data

Published:
February 5, 2019
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Owning the Energy Transition More...
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by Jessica Hernandez
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General Motors (GM) will collect data from more than 31,000 charging ports to give drivers access to information regarding availability and compatibility of charging stations and enable them to locate the nearest chargers or plan a route with stations along the way. The company also recently announced that the Cadillac brand will lead its electric mobility business. Clients should expect for GM to continue strengthening its commitment toward all-electric vehicles by offering the right tools to improve the driving and charging experience for plug-in EV drivers.

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