EV drivers can now buy the GE WattStation wall-mounted EV charging station on Amazon.com.
GE WattStation will enable electric-car owners to recharge their vehicles at home more quickly and use the smart-grid technology managed by utility companies.
As part of a smart-grid initiative, General Electric rolls out a home energy management system that works with smart meters and an electric vehicle charging pedestal for cities and campuses.
General Electric plans to buy 25,000 electric vehicles by 2015 to convert its own fleet and drive demand for EV infrastructure.
EV battery-swap company to offer a self-charging option, as well as private swapping stations.
GE's WattStation EV charger will become the recommended charger for Coda's all-electric sedans, which are just starting production and will compete with the Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus.
Both eager to advance electric vehicles, GE and Nissan extend research partnership to explore making car batteries part of a smart home.
Automotive News reports on GE's plans to build a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.
Victorian government in Australia is asking residents to volunteer for Blink Level 2 EV chargers in homes as part of a province-wide study.