ChargePoint News Release: Electric Vehicles Drive a Sustainable Future
“Our commitment to deploy 2.5 million charging spots by 2025 comes as the company embarks on the most significant period of growth in our history and in the midst of a revolution in transportation.” – Pasquale Romano, President and CEO of ChargePoint
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ChargePoint, one of the world leaders in charging infrastructure and technology, already has more than 50,000 places to charge on its network globally. Today they have committed to a major acceleration and will deliver 2.5 million places to charge by 2025. In addition to this, EVBox has committed to 1 million new chargers on the road by 2025 which will be a mix of fast and regular charging. This indicates not just growth for them as a business but confirms the confidence in the market that the growth of ZEVs is moving at the fastest speed yet.
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