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Blink to supply EV chargers at GM dealerships in North America
Electric vehicle charging network and equipment company Blink Charging (BLNK.O) said on Tuesday it would supply EV chargers at General Motors (GM) (GM.N) dealerships in the United States and Canada.
Blink said it would collaborate with facility solutions provider ABM Industries (ABM.N) to supply its IQ 200 Level 2 chargers to dealerships across North America.
The company added that it had already shipped chargers to some GM dealerships in the U.S. and has orders in hand to supply more in the coming months.
Blink to deploy Level 2 EV chargers at GM dealerships across North America
Blink Charging Co. announced it will be supplying its IQ 200 Level 2 EV chargers to participating GM dealerships across the US and Canada. Together with the help of facility services provider ABM, Blink will implement its EV chargers in the backs and fronts of GM dealerships, depending on their orders
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In addition to launching new home Level 2 chargers for consumers, Blink expanded its commercial charging stations, which can be installed in multiunit apartment buildings and parking spots at retail outlets.
“We can be the owner/operator of the stations or partner with the retailer and split the revenues,” explained Blink President Brendan Jones in an interview with Dealerscope, “or you can buy it outright.” Typically, retailers do a site host lease so that Blink is responsible for installing, maintaining, and servicing the charging stations.