“As we launch 30 EVs globally by the end of 2025, Ultium Charge 360 simplifies and improves the at-home charging experience and the public charging experience – whether it’s community-based or road-trip charging,” said GM’s chief EV officer, Travis Hester.
GM is also working with third parties to upgrade its charging network. Agreements have been signed with Blink Charging, ChargePoint, EV Connect, EVgo, FLO, Greenlots, and SemaConnect. Deals with additional companies are expected.
The first GM and EVgo charging sites are now up and running in Washington, Florida, and California only nine months after a commitment to add over 2,700 fast chargers in cities and suburbs by the end of 2025 was first announced. Each one of these sites is capable of delivering up to 350 kWh and averages four chargers per site. GM and EVgo remain on track to have around 500 fast-charging stalls activated by the end of this year.