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With the electric-vehicle (EV) readiness assessments in process, US auto dealers are seeing rapid growth in the number of EV charger installation projects being proposed and starting construction over the next several months.

Recognizing the nationwide resources necessary to engineer, install and maintain these systems across more than 2,600 locations, Stellantis has selected AGI to be a turnkey infrastructure solutions provider to help dealers in their electrification effort and all aspects required to build out electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) for charging. The move adds AGI to the Stellantis US roster of EV infrastructure and training partners, including Future Energy and Vehya.

AGI has been a leader in nationwide branded infrastructure implementation programs for more than 50 years, a foundation which has led to one of the most experienced and capable providers of nationwide EVSE turnkey program execution in the country.

These moves will help Stellantis fulfill its Dare Forward 2030 strategy to achieve 50% battery-electric vehicle sales by the end of this decade.

Stellantis is in full-execution mode with an electrification strategy designed specifically to address the needs of our dealership network. We are working lockstep with our national dealer council to develop and support their long-term plans during this industry-changing transition. From business operations and inventory management to service centers and employee culture, our goal is to work directly with our dealers to best prepare for, be successful in and address any challenges they may face as the automotive industry continues to move toward electrification.

—US Head of Sales Jeff Kommor


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