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GM to Donate 40K Level 2 EV Chargers

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Oct. 28, 2021—General Motors on Tuesday announced it will donate and install 40,000 of its Level 2 EV chargers across the United States and Canada.

According to a news release, GM will work with its dealers throughout North America to install chargers "at key locations" throughout those dealers' communities, including businesses, apartment complexes and colleges. The automaker will target "underserved" areas, as well as rural and urban communities with limited access to EV charging.

"We want to give customers the right tools and access to charging where and when they need it, while working with our dealer network to accelerate the expansion of accessible charging throughout the U.S. and Canada, including in underserved, rural and urban areas," GM President Mark Reuss said. 

The chargers are part of GM's nearly $750 million investment to expand charging infrastructure through its Ultium charging platform. GM will also make its Level 2 chargers available for purchase.

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