- Existing Investors Are So Investing in The European Chargepoint Network
- Appointment of Axel Harries, Daimler AG, to the Board of Directors
- AS The Second Largest Market for E-Cars, Europe Requires Investment for the Future
Chargepoint, The World’s Largest Electric Vehicle (eV) Charging Network, Announced Today That Has Secured Initial Founding of $ 82 Million, Part Of A Larger Funding Round. AS The Main Investor, Daimler AG IS Behind A Large Part Of The Investment. The Money From The Financing Round Is Intended to Support The Expansion Of The Charging Network To Europe And Thus Promote Electromobility in Europe.
Existing Investors Are So Investing in The European Chargepoint Network
In Addition to Daimler, Existing Investors Such as: BMW I Ventures, Lens Capital, Rho Capital Partners and Braemar Energy Ventures are involved in the Financing Round. Currently, The Company Has Collected More Than 255 Million US Dollars. What You Can See As a Document For The Successful Business Model That Underlines A Common Worldwide Commitment to Electromobility.
“The Automotive Industry is AT A Turning Point As More and more Vehicles With State-of-the-Art Electric Drive Systems Are On the Market Worldwide. The Considerable Investment Of Our Main Investor Daimler And Other Parties Underlines A Worldwide Joint Commitment To E-Mobility And Lays The Foundation For Europe’s Broadest Shop Network.”- Pasquale Romano, CEO of Chargepoint
IT Definitely Makes Sense To Bring Chargepoint‘s Experience and Expertise to Europe. The Company Has Just Shown in North America That Drivers of E-Vehicles Can Charge Almost Anywhere There. The Network There Has More Than 33.000 Charging Points. Thousands of Drivers RELY ON CHARGEPOINT TO TOP UP, MORE THAN 6.500 Companies Use The Brand to Reliably Supply The Vehicles of the ERPLOYEES, Customers, Fleets and Tenants with Electricity.
So It’s Only Natural That the Company Now Wants To Offer European eV Drivers The Same Convenience That Makes Charging Effortless. A Well Thought-out Charging Infrastructure So Makes It Easier for Daimler and Other Automotive Companies to Launch Their Own Electric Vehicles on the Market.
Appointment of Axel Harries, Daimler AG, to the Board of Directors
ChargePoint So Announced The Appointment of Axel Harries, Daimler AG, to the Board of Directors. Harries Can Look Back on Many Years of Cooperation With Daimler, Where Heas Held Various Management Positions, Including Vice President of Quality and Managing Director of Mercedes-Benz G GmbH and In The Areas of Commercial Vehicles and E-Business.
Currently, However, Harries is entrusted with setting up Daimler’s Newly Founded Case Division – Connected, Autonomous, Sharing & Services, Electric Drive. In This Division, Technologies and Innovations for the Vehicles of the Next Generation wants Be Developed, Especially for the New Electric Brand EQ.
“While We Continue to Systematic Cally Expand Our Case Ecosystem Based On Our New Product Brand EQ, We So Remain Open To Partnerships and Collaboration At The Highest Level.
Chargepoint is a Company of Specialists in The Field of Charging Solutions for Electric Mobility, with Great Expertise in Both Hardware and Software. Together We Will Significantly Expand The Product Portfolio of Intelligent Charging Solutions and Be Able to Offer Customers A Comprehensive Premium Range For Electromobility “- Axel Harries, Board of Directors ChargePoint
AS The Second Largest Market for E-Cars, Europe Requires Investment for the Future
More Than Twenty European Countries Currently Offer Incentives for the Purchase of Electric Vehicles. Which Has Contributed to Europe Already Being The Second Largest eV Market in The World. AS The Number of Electric Cars on European Roads Increases, The Need For A Comprehensive Charging Network Is Greater Than Ever.
However, There is Currently No Universal Solution on the Market. On the Contrary, Dozens of Providers of Charging Hardware, Software and Driver Networks for Electric Cars Operate in A Fragmented Market. Not Ideal for The Driver Of An Electric Car, BECAUSE All Solutions Work Differently, You Ooped Have To Register With Separate Accounts, Which Makes The Charging Process Tedious and Confusing.
On this occasion, Chargepoint Wants to Be The First Provider To Supply The European Market With A Comprehensive Solution That Supports eV Drivers Everywhere. Thanks to Daimler’s Investment and The Willingness To Cooperate It Has Shown, Chargepoint Can Now Lay The Foundation For Europe’s Most ComPrehensive And Intelligent Charging Network.
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