Distributed Energy Resources - June 2, 2022
Phillips 66 Launches EV Charging Program
Phillips 66 signed a letter of intent with FreeWire Technologies to support its first EV vehicle charging program in the U.S.
The announcement highlights Phillips 66’s commitment to pursue lower-carbon solutions and comes as an endorsement of FreeWire’s ultrafast, battery-integrated charging technology. The two companies will explore opportunities to deploy FreeWire’s technology within Phillips 66’s U.S. fueling stations and other strategic locations.
“With EV adoption growing, Phillips 66 is working with FreeWire to bring consumers electric fueling stations that meet their expectations for high-speed, on-the-go charging,” said Pam McGinnis, Vice President, Global Marketing at Phillips 66, in a statement.
Phillips 66 plans to expand its base of electric fueling stations by leveraging its retail network of approximately 7,000 U.S. sites using the Phillips 66®, 76® and Conoco® brands.
FreeWire’s Boost Charger offers an alternative to costly and time-intensive upgrades to the electrical grid and power infrastructure of an individual site. It connects to existing infrastructure without burdensome construction costs and permitting restraints.
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