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GM collaborates with dealers to provide electric vehicle charging infrastructure

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Electric vehicles are now slowly becoming the choice of many people in parts of the world because they offer environmentally friendly mobility solutions

Charging infrastructure is critical, because without a robust network of charging hubs, using electric vehicles especially for long trips can be challenging.

To live up to its Zero, Zero, Zero vision, General Motors (GM) is committed to bringing a simplified, efficient and accessible charging experience to all EV drivers through collaboration with dealers and charging station operators.

“We are working to simplify the charging experience and help close the charging equity gap in our community,” the company wrote in a statement.

Today, nearly 90 percent of the US population lives within 10 miles of a GM dealer. Together with participating dealers, the company helps supply up to 40,000 Level 2 chargers at popular destinations and workplaces in the areas its dealers serve.

To help accelerate widespread EV adoption, improve access to charging and help enable long-distance electric travel of people and vehicles across the U.S., GM is working with the Pilot Company (Pilot and Flying J) on a nationwide DC fast charging network to be installed, put into operation. , and maintained by EVgo through their eXtend offering.

The project will build charging infrastructure, primarily along American highways, connecting urban and rural communities, the East and West Coasts, and different metropolitan areas.

GM has also teamed up with EVgo to install an additional 3,250 fast-charging stations in US cities and suburbs by the end of 2025.

Delta Electronics will supply EVgo with 1,000 fast chargers with up to 350kW power output

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