Wheego Partnering with GE on Charging Station Offerings

Rela­tion­ships between automak­ers and elec­tric vehi­cle charg­ing infra­struc­ture sup­pli­ers are sig­nif­i­cant to fol­low – the arrange­ments are vital for pieces of the puz­zle to fall into place. Gen­er­al Elec­tric is one of these part­ners, with its Wattsta­tion, a Lev­el 2 charg­ing sta­tion being installed in garages for 240 volt pow­er. Wheego has an alliance with GE, and is mar­ket­ing the LiFe plug-in elec­tric car with the GE Wattsta­tion. Avail­able in pedestal or wall mount styles, the GE Wattsta­tion will charge the Wheego LiFe from 50% full to 100% full in about five hours. Wheego also sup­ports the Clip­per Creek, Eco­tal­i­ty, and Aerovi­ron­ment charg­ing sta­tions for Lev­el 2 charg­ing.

Gen­er­al Elec­tric recent­ly opened a 6,000-square-foot Vehi­cle Inno­va­tion Cen­ter at its Eden Prairie, Minn., head­quar­ters, designed to teach peo­ple about electrics, as well as nat­ur­al gas, hydro­gen and propane cars. The pri­ma­ry tar­get is fleets, and indeed they are like­ly to be the EV’s biggest cus­tomers in the ear­ly days. Gen­er­al Elec­tric is in a strong posi­tion to advance EV tech­nol­o­gy through its GE Cap­i­tal Fleet Ser­vices clien­tele and its role in elec­tric pow­er, prod­ucts, and tech­nolo­gies, which goes back to the elec­tric­i­ty industry’s orig­i­nal for­ma­tion.



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