EV News You Can Use, 9/14

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EVs in the News
  • The City of Los Angeles aims to electrify before the 2028 Olympics with utility rebates and other incentives to encourage 45% electric vehicle adoption by that time. [Fast Company]

  • Collective purchasing through http://driveevfleets.org/ helps cities get deals on EVs. [Wired]

  • Obsidian black and metallic silver Teslas may command higher prices as the automaker continues to streamline production. [Reuters]

  • National Drive Electric week hosted nearly 290 events across the country this year, 10 times as many as in 2011. [GovTech]

  • A teaser video provides a glimpse of the Audi e-tron, set to be unveiled September 17. [Inside EVs]

ChargePoint Highlights

  • ChargePoint commits to delivering 2.5 million charging spots by 2025 at the Global Climate Action Summit.

    • ChargePoint to grow global EV charging network to 2.5 million. [Reuters]

    • ChargePoint to add over 2 million EV chargers by 2025. [CNET]

    • Network Pledges 2.5 Million More E-Vehicle Charging Spots By 2025. [Forbes]

    • E&E News, ChargePoint wants to build 2.5M chargers. [EnergyWire]

    • ChargePoint is adding 2.5M electric vehicle chargers over the next 7 years [TechCrunch]

    • ChargePoint powers up pledge to install 2.5 million charging spots globally. [Business Green]

    • Media, States, Cities and Companies Unveil a Frenzy of New Electric Vehicle Commitments [Green Tech Media]

    • ChargePoint pledges to deploy 2.5 million electric vehicle charge points by 2025. [Electrek]

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