At CES EV Truck Technology Takes Center Stage

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Electric truck companies showcased how far the EV technology has evolved during CES 2022.

Blink Charging makes electric vehicle charging stations for passenger cars and commercial trucks. The company had several charging stations on display. And used the conference to debut its 50kW DC Fast Wall station for fleets.

Fleet managers can now track different analytics, like consumption and when drivers are using the charging stations.

The Blink Fleet Management Portal can be integrated into existing fleet management software.

Blink 80-amp chargers will ready GM dealerships for Cadillac Lyriq, GMC Hummer EV

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The Blink IQ 200 19.2-kilowatt Level 2 charging stations are already shipping to dealerships. With orders placed for more chargers to be delivered over the next several months.

So, that means the new hardware will coincide with the rollout of the 2022 GMC Hummer EV pickup truck and 2023 Cadillac Lyriq SUV.

With more electric trucks on the way, GM service bays and dealerships will need higher-capacity chargers such as these.

Blink to supply EV chargers at GM dealerships in North America

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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

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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

How Fleets Can Prepare for EV Charging in an Electrified Future

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The electric vehicle (EV) industry is entering 2022 with unprecedented momentum. Bolstered by increased investment from OEMs, many of which are expected to roll-out new electric models this year, crucial funding from the Biden Administration and heightened support from cities and states as they double down on their net zero goals, EVs are shifting from sustainable novelties to the future of transportation around the world.