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ChargePoint, the world's largest and most open electric vehicle (EV) charging network, today announced the addition of Colleen Jansen to its leadership team. As the company's Chief Marketing Officer, Jansen will oversee the company's marketing efforts to EV charging station owners, drivers and industry partners across a number of verticals, including workplace, commercial real estate, utilities and residences.

ChargePoint, the world's largest and most open electric vehicle (EV) charging network, today announced the activation of the 30,000th charging spot on its network. The leader in the EV charging market, ChargePoint is building the infrastructure for the future of transportation and changing the way drivers think about refueling by allowing EV drivers to charge at home, at work, around town and out of town. Drivers can quickly and easily locate charging spots near them using ChargePoint's mobile app and online driver portal. The milestone comes as gas stations continue to decline markedly.

ChargePoint, the world's largest and most open electric vehicle (EV) charging network, today announced that Jennifer Granholm has been appointed to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Granholm, who served two terms as governor of Michigan, is a law professor and clean energy advocate who brings deep industry and policy expertise to the ChargePoint board.

ChargePoint, the global leader in electric vehicle charging, today applauded an announcement from the White House, in which it unveiled a new initiative to promote electric vehicle charging infrastructure nationwide. Principles include a robust marketplace, customer choice and a grid-connected infrastructure that is accessible, affordable, available and reliable.

ChargePoint, the world's largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network made two significant announcements that put it in a strong position to continue driving EVs into the mainstream. It has secured an additional $50 million in a funding round led by Linse Capital, with participation from insiders including Braemar Energy Ventures and Constellation Energy. ChargePoint has now raised over $164 million from leading investors including Rho Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, BMW iVentures and Siemens. Alongside the new funding, ChargePoint also announced an evolution of its board.

At the 2016 ACT Expo ChargePoint, the world's largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network, unveiled the new CPF25 charging station and upgrades to its Fleet Plan. ChargePoint fleet products and services are designed to cater to the specific needs of commercial fleet operators. The new offerings enhance ChargePoint's fleet solutions, meeting the charging needs of every fleet and shared use scenario, from campuses and government sharing programs to large commercial fleets.

This week, the California Energy Commission (CEC) proposed to award nearly $4 million to ChargePoint to complete the West Coast Electric Highway, which connects British Columbia to Baja California with fast charging stations for electric vehicles (EV). The CEC awarded a total of $8.8 million in grants to complete California's portion of the Highway.

ChargePoint today applauded the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for its unanimous vote to authorize San Diego Gas & Electric to develop a pilot program to deploy 3,500 electric vehicle charging stations in the San Diego area. This comes on the heels of a separate CPUC decision two weeks ago to approve a ground-breaking proposal from Southern California Edison to deploy 1,500 charging stations across its territory.

Pasquale Romano, CEO of ChargePoint, the world's largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network, today issued the following statement applauding New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on his $9 million commitment to the Charge NY program, which will support up to 800 more EV charging stations around the state, and his plan to deploy DC fast chargers at rest stops along the Thruway to facilitate long-distance travel between New York City and Albany

Electric vehicles (EVs) were a hot topic at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21, in Paris this December. A parking lot full of COP21 branded Renault-Nissan EVs and bright green charging stations greeted delegates from around the world on their way in to the conference center at Le Bourget. Renault-Nissan’s electric car service allowed conference attendees to book an electric ride from the conference center to select hotels, helping many passionate environmentalists try the climate friendly technology.