From solar chargeports to the first SAE Combo Fast Charger, BMW is offering or promoting more charging options for the i3 than most people will know what to do with. This is not a bad thing.
BMW is putting a bigger stake in its electric-vehicle initiative by investing in UK-based electric-vehicle charging infrastructure provider Chargemaster Plc in advance of the debut of the German automaker's first production electric vehicle, the i3. In addition to the investment through its i ventures division, BMW has a five-year agreement with Chargemaster and its efforts to build out its ChargeNow network throughout the UK.
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