The CEO of a budding EV charging startup reveals how he got GM to choose his tech for its network of 4,500 dealers

Blink is just one of many players tapping into what could be a $150 billion electric car charging industry by the end of the decade. Blink Charging

  • General Motors is one of the most bullish automakers about the future of electric cars.
  • It’s working with startup Blink Charging to help dealers electrify, a critical part of the EV shift.
  • Here’s 3 ways the startup’s CEO convinced GM to work with him.

General Motors is intent on making the transition to electric cars over the next decade, and it knows how critical its dealers are to that ambition. But GM dealers preparing for the shift face challenges like the steep cost and risk of being too proactive on installing charging that could become obsolete.


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