News and Updates

News and Updates

Today, ChargePoint unveiled the world’s most attractive and advanced home EV charging station. ChargePoint Home is a break-through in EV charging, offering speed, convenience and intelligence to give EV drivers the seamless charging experience ChargePoint is known for in the comfort of their own home. One of the most notable features of the charger is its size, and ultra-sleek, durable design – about the size of your average tablet.

ChargePoint, the largest electric vehicle (EV) network in the world, has partnered with the Atlanta Falcons for the 2014 season. As part of the partnership, ChargePoint provided ten Falcons-branded charging stations to the team to install at various locations, adding to over 200 ChargePoint ports already installed in the Atlanta area.

Today, California Public Utilities Commissioner Carla Peterman issued a historic proposed decision to expand the role of investor owned utilities in the deployment of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. The broad decision is a positive move for the EV market as it lifts limitations on the deployment of EV infrastructure by utilities. The Commission will now consider individual proposals from utilities on a case-by-case basis under the new guidelines that preserve competition and technology innovation in the market.

ChargePoint is committed to providing the most convenient charging experience and now, electric vehicle (EV) drivers can sign up and pay for charging with PayPal. PayPal has long supported EVs and has installed 34 ChargePoint ports at their San Jose, California, campus for employees and visitors. By enabling people to pay for a charge using PayPal, we’re giving our customers a faster and easier way to pay.

ChargePoint welcomes Ajay Agrawal as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. Ajay will oversee ChargePoint’s product management and engineering for it’s entire product line including its cloud-based services, charging hardware and mobile applications.

ChargePoint – the largest and most open electric vehicle (EV) charging network – commends Governor Brown for signing AB2565, which will allow commercial and residential tenants to install an EV charging station in a leased parking lot if the tenant is willing to pay for the cost of the station and installation. ChargePoint worked with the bill’s author, Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi, in drafting and driving AB2565 through the legislative process.