Stellantis, in Europe with TheF Charging for the charging network (and in the US together with LG for batteries)

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As announced yesterday, Stellantis will join forces with the Korean LG for the construction of a production site for batteries that will be located in the USA. The two companies, in fact, have signed a memorandum of understanding for the creation of a joint venture for the manufacture of cells and accumulators. The new plant will help Stellantis ensure that electrified vehicle sales account for more than 40% of the total in the United States by 2030.

Today the automotive giant announces a strategic partnership with TheF Charging for the creation of a public charging network in Europe: it will be usable by all electric vehicles but with more advantageous conditions for Stellantis cars. Until 2025, the two companies will collaborate for the development of a network present in over 15,000 locations and in two million parking spaces, with customers, owners and managers of the selected locations who will be actively involved to define customized charging solutions for each type of headquarters and customers. The first stone will be laid by 2021, with the installation of the first fast charging stations in Italy; subsequently the network will expand throughout Europe.

“Stellantis is working on the creation of strategic collaborations to promote the spread of e-mobility, exploiting not only the internal skills but also the specializations of the partners, to accelerate the introduction on the market of new technologies in step with the times” he says in a official note Anne-Lise Richard, Head of the Stellantis e-Mobility Global Business Unit: “The partnership between Stellantis and TheF Charging fits into this context with a clear objective: to guarantee the presence of columns in strategic European locations and offer the best experience charging possible over time “.

“The partnership with Stellantis gives further impetus to the creation of our charging network in Europe” explains Federico Fea, CEO of TheF Charging: “This technological and commercial collaboration will, in fact, generate benefits along the entire value chain: from our customers, whether they are drivers of a Stellantis vehicle or not, who will be able to take advantage of innovative services in line with the specific needs of the individual, to the owners of the locations that will host our network, who will be able to count on a greater influx of customers to high added value and on a partnership relationship of excellence, based on transparency, personalization of services and collaboration “.

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