Fast and connected characterise the quest for charging nirvana

bp pulse Chief Executive Matteo de Renzi shares his take on the future of electric vehicle charging. By Megan Lampinen

BP’s transformation from oil giant to integrated energy specialist has been a dramatic one. In the UK, where the government plans to ban internal combustion engine-only (ICE) vehicles from 2030, the company has taken significant steps to prepare for electric vehicle (EV) charging requirements. Today, it stands as an end-to-end provider, engineering and often manufacturing charging hardware and developing all the related software in-house.

The past few years in this key market have been characterised by a series of acquisitions, expansions and technology launches. A milestone came last December when the EV business changed its name from bp Chargemaster to bp pulse. Changes run much deeper than the branding, though, as Chief Executive Officer Matteo de Renzi tells Automotive World.

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