Blink Charging Signs EV Charging Agreement with Bosch

Blink Charging Signs EV Charging Agreement with Bosch 

Blink to provide charging stations to GM dealerships in Mexico through Bosch GM Dealer Equipment Program.

Blink Charging Co., a designer, manufacturer and owner-operator of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and services, has announced a collaborative agreement with Bosch as its official EV charger provider for General Motors dealerships in Mexico to deploy the Blink IQ 200 family of charging products and services.

Blink is currently a member in the Bosch GM Dealer Equipment Program, which aims to broaden the products offered and improve cost effectiveness for GM after sales services. This agreement will focus on providing the charging infrastructure needed by GM dealerships as EV sales continues to grow in Mexico, with potential to expand the program as the electric mobility market advances throughout Latin America. 

As a part of this agreement, Blink participated in the after sales summit “3er Seminario Postventa 2022,” organized by GM’s Dealers Association that took place in Cancun, Mexico, in November to provide first-hand knowledge of Blink’s products and services as well as explore new business opportunities for its dealerships such as installing Blink IQ 200 units as commercial chargers with public access.

The Blink IQ 200 family of chargers include both the smart and advanced chargers. These are fast Level 2 chargers, producing 80 amps of output, providing approximately 65 miles of charge in an hour of charging session and operated on the all-new Blink Network, capable of charging any battery-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle. The IQ 200s are deployable in a myriad of configurations, from wall mount, pole mount, and pedestal mounts. The plug-and-play design of the units allows for easy swap-out of the charger, making maintenance and any repairs a breeze.

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