ChargePoint

ChargePoint brings electric vehicle (EV) charging to more people and places than ever before. ChargePoint operates the world’s largest and most open EV charging network. We also design, build, and support the technology that powers it. As our network grows, it makes driving an EV accessible to more and more people. Our mission is to get everyone behind the wheel of an EV and provide a place for them to charge wherever they go. How are we making it happen? First, we’re transforming the transportation industry by providing the charging stations, mobile app, and the network that allow people to charge their cars everywhere they go. Second, we’re transforming the energy industry by developing intelligent energy management solutions to help people and businesses shift away from fossil fuels. And, finally, we’re making it easier for drivers to adopt EVs by connecting them to automakers, businesses, and each other, as well as educating the driving public. Every day we add more drivers and businesses to our network, and driving an EV makes even more sense. And that’s what ChargePoint is all about: driving a better way.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Campbell, US
Founded
2007
Size (employees)
394 (est)+6%
ChargePoint was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Campbell, US

Key People/Management at ChargePoint

Pasquale Romano

Pasquale Romano

President and CEO
Bruce Chizen

Bruce Chizen

Member Board of Directors

ChargePoint Office Locations

ChargePoint has offices in Campbell, Scottsdale and Gurgaon
Campbell, US (HQ)
Dell Ave
Scottsdale, US
108 9150 E Del Camino Dr
Gurgaon, IN
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ChargePoint Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

ChargePoint's latest funding round in June 2017 was reported to be $43 m. In total, ChargePoint has raised $292.2 m

ChargePoint Operating Metrics

Y, 2016

Charging Stations

35 k
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ChargePoint's Web-traffic and Trends

ChargePoint Online and Social Media Presence

ChargePoint News and Updates

InstaVolt: Electric vehicle charging company is ‘one to watch’

Electric vehicle charging firm InstaVolt has been named as ‘one to watch’ by experts in the clean energy industry. InstaVolt, which installs, operates and maintains rapid electric vehicle chargers across the United Kingdom, features in the 2017 Global Cleantech 100 Ones to Watch list, produced by Cl…

US EV Charging Network Grows From 5,070 To 50,990 Charging Sites In 6 Years

There are now more than 50,990 public and private plug-in electric vehicle charging sites located throughout the US — up from 34,151 in 2015 — according to the newly released Electric Vehicle Charging Association's 2017 State of the Charge report

InstaVolt: EV charging firm joins APEA for forecourt drive

InstaVolt has joined the APEA (Association for Petroleum and Explosives Administration) as it installs thousands of electric vehicle charging points at forecourts across the UK. The company, which installs and maintains rapid chargers that can add hundreds of miles of range in just 20 minutes, is on…

ChargePoint Growing In USA & Europe

ChargePoint, one of the largest electric vehicle charging networks in the world, has made two significant moves this past week that will see its network grow even larger. In the US, the company is taking over management of the GE electric vehicle charging network, which consists of 1,800 commercial …

Electric vehicle charging network ChargePoint closes $125 million funding round for EU push

Electric vehicle (EV) charging network ChargePoint has closed its series G funding round at $125 million, with German technology giant Siemens — an existing ChargePoint investor — joining the round. ChargePoint announced a $82 million tranche of funding led by Daimler back in March, and another $43 …

EV charging network ChargePoint inks an additional $43 mln

ChargePoint, an electric vehicle charging network, has raised an additional $43 million in Series G funding. Siemens led the round. The latest funding follows an initial $82 million investment and closes the total Series G round at $125 million, which was led by Daimler.
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