Famous Car Companies Unite to Create EV Charging Centre!

Famous Car Companies Unite to Create EV Charging Centre!

Leading car companies announced today that they have launched a joint initiative to create a charging network with a joint statement. Here are the details!

The important names of the vehicle market announced that the aim of the project is to establish 30,000 charging points in North America through the Combined Charging System (CCS) and the North American Charging Standard (NACS).

The formation, which wants to establish charging stations that EV owners living in America can easily access, stated that the installation of charging stations will be located in the city and near the motorway.

Big Companies Will Act Jointly in EV Charging Centre

Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Honda, General Motors, General Motors, Hyundai, Kia and Stellantis NV in the group want to create their own Tesla Supercharger stations with this merger.

The project, announced in a press release, is expected to start later this year. The charging stations planned by the project resemble modern petrol stations.

EV Charging Centre

Charging stations will be located in busy locations with facilities such as toilets, catering and retail sales. The merger is expected to open its first stations in the summer of 2024.

Automakers will expand Tesla’s North American Charging Standard for EVs and rival Tesla’s massive Supercharger network. The formation, which does not give too much detail on the subject at the moment, is expected to make a detailed statement in the coming days.

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Gül Demirci

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