FreeWire Technologies announced a collaboration with GM Energy to expedite the implementation of ultra-fast charging infrastructure for GM Envolve fleets and commercial customers nationwide.
FreeWire offers ultra-fast charging solutions that can be swiftly implemented with minimal infrastructure upgrades.
The “Boost Charger” can be deployed within days, without the need for costly construction or electrical upgrades.
This is an ideal solution for customers requiring ultra-fast charging but with limited on-site power, facing lengthy construction timelines or expensive network capacity upgrades, or renting the property where they plan to install the charger.
This agreement will also enable GM Envolve to offer commercial customers a turnkey energy transition package that includes vehicles and a charging solution tailored to their specific needs.
“We applaud the work GM Energy is doing to drive the national energy transition and provide comprehensive solutions to its customers,” said Arcady Sosinov, CEO and founder of FreeWire.
“This collaboration between FreeWire and GM Energy will provide customers with a comprehensive electrification solution that will help them transition efficiently to a more sustainable future,” he added.
GM Energy will begin offering FreeWire charging solutions in early 2024.
About FreeWire Technologies
FreeWire Technologies was founded in 2014 and is an industry leader in ultrafast EV charging and energy management solutions solving grid infrastructure constraints and supporting the global transition to electric vehicles.
FreeWire’s network of battery-integrated Boost Chargers transform the way energy is distributed and bridge the gap from legacy infrastructure to future technology.
FreeWire products are used by Fortune 100 companies, commercial and utility customers, fleets, retail locations, and gas stations across North America and Europe.