Stellantis has announced a strategic partnership with Charge Enterprises, Inc. to provide comprehensive electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) solutions to its network of over 2,600 dealers across the United States. Charge Enterprises joins a select group of recommended partners, which includes Future Energy, Vehya, and AGI, to support Stellantis dealers in preparing for the electric vehicle (EV) transition.
Why It Matters
This move aligns with Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 strategy, aiming to achieve a 50% sales rate in battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) by the end of this decade. The collaboration is also a key element in a joint venture involving Stellantis and six other leading global automakers, with the collective goal to accelerate North America’s transition to electric vehicles by enhancing EV charging convenience, accessibility, and reliability.
- Charge Enterprises will provide custom, white-glove end-to-end services tailored for Stellantis dealers.
- Charge Enterprises distinguishes itself with over 150 years of automotive OEM leadership, providing scalable and flexible infrastructure solutions.
- The partnership aims to meet individualized EV integration needs for every area of Stellantis’ 2,600-plus U.S. dealerships.
- The collaboration is part of Stellantis’ commitment to offer more than 25 BEVs in the U.S. by 2030.
The partnership between Stellantis and Charge Enterprises is an instrumental step in fulfilling Stellantis’ long-term electrification objectives. By leveraging Charge’s comprehensive expertise in automotive infrastructure, Stellantis aims to provide its extensive U.S. dealer network with reliable, scalable, and forward-compatible EVSE solutions. The alliance not only sets the course for Stellantis’ ambitious Dare Forward 2030 plan but also strengthens the joint venture’s mission to make electric vehicle adoption more convenient and widespread across North America.