“Hertz Electrifies New York City” is a public-private partnership aimed at increasing EV adoption.
The new standards will ensure everyone can use the network, no matter what car you drive or which state you charge in.
EV charging is one of five areas BP expects to significantly grow this decade.
Hertz aims to bring up to 5,200 rental EVs to Denver, for availability to Hertz customers and rideshare drivers.
Hertz and BP signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop a national network of EV charging stations powered by BP pulse. The agreement also involves the management of Hertz’s charging infrastructure by BP pulse and the customization of its Omega software to ensure Hertz’s growing fleet of electric rental cars are recharged quickly and
Hertz and Polestar have announced a partnership that includes purchasing up to 65,000 EVs over five years. Availability is expected to begin in Spring 2022 in Europe and late 2022 in North America and Australia. The partnership with Polestar builds on Hertz’s announcement last year to offer its customers the largest EV rental fleet in
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Even as the auto industry faces major challenges in labor and raw materials, the growing demand for EVs is going up.
If successful, the program could expand to 150,000 Teslas during the next three years.
With the current order, EVs will comprise more than 20% of the Hertz global fleet.