The easier it is to charge an electric vehicle, the more likely people are to choose an EV for their next car. That’s straightforward enough. What’s not so simple is the complexity of building a sufficient charging network, and helping people find stations when they need them.
GM says it has a plan to simplify the charging experience. Under the Ultium Charge 360 project, it’s working with seven charging networks (Blink Charging, ChargePoint, EV Connect, EVgo, FLO, Greenlots and SemaConnect) to give drivers “more seamless access” to almost 60,000 plugs across the US and Canada. Mobile apps for GM vehicles will soon include real-time information for those stations and
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