Fiat Chrysler and ENGIE EPS form JV

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Engie EPS have formed a joint venture (JV) that will offer a full a suite of charging infrastructure and green energy packages for electric vehicle customers across Europe.

Joining FCA’s financial resources and industrial footprint and Engie EPS’ technological and intellectual property portfolio, the two companies represent the latest move from ‘traditional’ car-makers to try and catch the new wave of EV makers.

The newly created company wants to offer a “full suite” of products and solutions for electric vehicles customers such as residential, business and public charging infrastructures as well as green energy packages, enabling customers to charge at home and at any public charging point across Europe with a subscription at a fixed monthly rate.

The new JV originates from a three-year cooperation between the two companies. Carlalberto Guglielminotti, CEO and general manager of Engie EPS said “Electrification represents an inevitable trend poised to disrupt urban mobility and – most of all – an unstoppable paradigm change of worldwide energy systems

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