Voyager is first fleet card to be accepted at ChargePoint U.S. electric vehicle charging spots

MINNEAPOLIS and CAMPBELL, Calif. (May 31, 2017) – Beginning this summer, public buses, delivery trucks and other corporate fleets will have the opportunity to reduce their environmental footprint more than ever before. U.S. Bank (NYSE: USB) is teaming up with ChargePoint, the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network, to offer Voyager Network Fleet Card acceptance at tens-of-thousands of ChargePoint charging ports throughout the United States. ChargePoint will begin equipping its locations for acceptance immediately and expects the process to be completed over the summer.


Together, the companies are bringing many firsts to the industry.

ChargePoint is the first EV charging network to accept corporate fleet cards and Voyager is the first fleet card issuer to be accepted at their charging spots nationwide. This first-of-its-kind relationship in the fleet industry is timely, as Electric Vehicles International predicts electric car fleets to reach 20 million by 2020 globally.


The Voyager Network, owned and operated by U.S. Bank.

It is one of the largest fleet-fueling and maintenance acceptance networks in the United States. The Voyager Fleet Card is accepted at more than 320,000 fueling spots. As well as maintenance and service locations. In addition and used by millions of drivers of fleet cars. Finally trucks and heavy-duty commercial rigs. The Network offers sophisticated purchase controls and data that simplify fleet expense management by giving fleet managers greater visibility and control over fleet spend.

ChargePoint offers a broad range of smart networked charging offerings.

Also software solutions and cloud services. All to help fleet managers effectively manage electric vehicles fleets. In addition to charging solutions, ChargePoint also provides a number of tools for a wide range of fleet scenarios. For that’s including depot, mixed-use, and on-route.

In conclusion and to learn more about ChargePoint. As well as find the nearest charging location. Please access the online locator at http://www.chargepoint.com or use the ChargePoint mobile app.

Source: U.S. Bank (www.usbank.com), ChargePoint (www.chargepoint.com)

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