GM will invest $750M in EV charging infrastructure through 2025

GM’s investor day event titled “From Automaker to Platform Innovator” had some pretty big announcements regarding the company’s switch to electrification.

We already learned that GM plans to launch a sub-$30,000 Chevrolet EV, a $30,000 Chevy Equinox EV, and a Blazer EV. Mind you, these are only a few of the 30 new electric vehicles GM has pledged to launch by 2025.

Of course, having attractive EVs in the lineup is essential, but the charging infrastructure needed to support millions of future EV owners is also crucial.

GM knows that, which is why it has also announced increasing investment in EV charging. The automaker has pledged to spend nearly $750 million on charging infrastructure through 2025, covering all charging domains, including home, workplace, and public charging throughout the U.S. and Canada.