Electrify America and ChargePoint on Tuesday announced a deal to allow users of each network to use the rival network without having to establish a separate account and without incurring any additional fees. The plan is set to be rolled out later this year, the companies said in a statement. It will mean owners of plug-in cars will be able to access public chargers on either the Electrify America or ChargePoint networks, which together feature more than 30,000 Level 2 and DC fast chargers in the United States alone. It's a smart move as major automakers prepare to roll out multiple plug-in...
Easing range anxiety: Porsche Taycan to come with 3 years of Electrify America charging
Porsche won't leave Taycan owners to their own devices when it comes time to charge their electric sedans on the road. The German luxury and sports car maker announced Monday that every Taycan will come with three years of free charging at Electrify America stations. The goal is to provide Taycan...Sean Szymkowski