If you’re keeping up with electric vehicle charging news, you know that network providers are having a tough time maintaining chargers — which hurts EV drivers who can’t find reliable places to charge up.
After saying it would spend millions on improving, ChargePoint is linking up with fleet maintenance company Amerit to handle the hard work of keeping EV chargers alive.
Under the agreement, Amerit will leverage its 2,200+ technician footprint to provide prompt, efficient and reliable preventative maintenance, inspections and warranty repairs to ChargePoint’s charging stations across the United States, ensuring that ChargePoint stations are operating at peak performance.
[Amerit Fleet Solutions]
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