The Charger Solution program offers customers charger options and guides customers through the selection process.
The companies aim to mitigate connectivity issues early by evaluating potential sites based on broadband availability.
GM Energy and FreeWire said they are hoping to accelerate access to more convenient charging for fleet electrification.
EcoG said it aims to grow Michigan’s e-mobility sector, transforming the state into a launchpad that will serve the entire United States.
Enpower Greentech’s energy-dense semi-solid state “Swift” batteries contain less liquid electrolyte, making it a lighter chemistry choice.
StoreDot intends to showcase the world’s first EV fitted with XFC battery cell technology this year.
The North American expansion began with facilities in Anaheim and North Carolina, with further developments across Europe, APAC and other regions.
Through the Presto app, fleets will be able to locate EVCS sites to access live status information of availability for charging sessions.
The company highlighted its future blueprint for a hydrogen energy ecosystem and a vision for software and artificial intelligence (AI).
EnviroSpark will initially install new chargers at seven properties on the East Coast.
Trinity’s electrified structures create, convert and conduct energy via EV charging or backup power.
The WiTricity Halo wireless EV charging system includes the company’s wireless charger, receiver and cloud-connected software.