ChargePoint Taking Over GE’s WattStations And Charging Network

By Jon LeSage Major plug-in vehicle charging network company ChargePoint is acquiring GE’s network of 9,800 charging spots.
That breaks out to more than 1,800 commercial and about 8,000 residential charging spots being added to ChargePoint’s offerings. It covers GE’s network of commercial WattStations and residential DuraStations.
ChargePoint identifies itself as the world’s largest charging network provider. In addition to the added 9,800 chargers, the company said it’s operating more than 35,900 independently owned charging spots globally. The company works with more than 7,000 customers, made up of businesses, cities, agencies, and service providers.
Under the new arrangement, it will maintain GE’s existing software and commercial

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