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  1. Volkswagen News Blog
    Electrify America and Volkswagen have announced that ID.4 buyers for the 2021 model year will get free unlimited charging on the EA network, at least for the first three years they own their EeVeeDub. It goes to buyers who purchase or lease their ID.4 electric crossover, who will get...
  2. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen may have another customer in the form of Henrik Fisker. The name behind Fisker automotive is looking to VW as a basis for his EV’s first car, the Ocean. The news came Monday at a press event in which the startup said it would be offering an Initial Public Offering on its shares...
  3. Volkswagen News Blog
    Good news for electric Volkswagen shoppers in Canada, with a new free fast-charging arrangement for buyers picking up a 2020 e-Golf north of the border. Unsurprisingly, the deal for free charging is through Electrify Canada. That's the charging network company that's a partnership between...
  4. Volkswagen News Blog
    If you're clever, self-motivated, and have an inkling for what the market wants, selling your wares on Amazon can be a good way to make some dough. Volkswagen subsidiary Electrify America seems to think so; today, the company announced that it has begun selling home chargers for plug-in...
  5. Volkswagen News Blog
    Domo arigato, Mr Chargebot-o. Volkswagen's Electrify America and EV fleet charging company Stable Auto have announced plans to put robot electric car charging solutions in place as a demonstration of some pretty awesome tech. It'll start with a pilot project in San Francisco. With the goal of...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    [Update: Volkswagen's charging network is back up to full operation after the high power charging cables were cleared for use by Huber+Sushner. The manufacturer says it has tested them extensively and found them safe for use as of Jan 29, 2019.] Volkswagen’s Electrify America is partially...
  7. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen's Electrify America is partnering with EV charging tech company Hubject to help make it easier for EV drivers to pay to plug. Current charging stations generally require an app to use. The app needs to be the correct one for that particular charge station, and of course, you'll need...
  8. Volkswagen News Blog
    As part of its penance for pumping untold amounts of smog-causing pollutants into America’s air over the span of roughly six years, Volkswagen paid a steep price. Yes, there was the financial cost of the diesel scandal — a price tag topping $20 billion, covering fines, buybacks, repairs, etc...
  9. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen’s Electrify America and Walmart have announced that fast-charging stations are coming to more than 100 Walmart stores by June next year. Electrify America is VW’s effort to add EV infrastructure to the U.S. The division plans to spend $2-billion on charging infrastructure and...
  10. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen has revised its electrification plan to include more disadvantaged areas in California. As part of its dieselgate settlement, VW agreed to spend $800 million in California to build up clean car infrastructure. Critics of the agreement, though, suggested that VW might avoid low-income...
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    Volkswagen of America today launched Electrify America LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary aimed at helping to build electric infrastructure in the US. Electrify America LLC will be in charge of implementing VW’s commitment to invest $2 billion in zero-emission vehicle infrastructure that the...
  12. Volkswagen News Blog
    Ever since dieselgate, the question of just how Volkswagen will spend the roughly $2 billion it agreed to pay to fund green initiatives has been pressing. Now, there’s more clarity on just what VW is planning thanks to a new website set up by the automaker. Electrify America is the name of the...
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