“We will become 33.3% partners alongside BMW Group and Daimler Mobility AG within Digital Charging Solutions GmbH (DCS), one of the leading developers of charging systems“for the automotive industry,” the statement explains.
He does not disclose the amount of the investment and points out that it is still subject to the green light from the regulatory authorities.
“Our goal is to make charging (an electric car) as easy as refueling at the pump.“, underlines the press release of the British group.
DCS is defined as “a leading developer of software for automotive manufacturers and vehicle fleet operators“.
Its software integrated into vehicles gives drivers access to “one of the most extensive cargo networks“, namely 228,000 charging points in 32 countries.
“BP’s arrival should add 8,700 loading points in Europe“, adds the press release.
BP has promised to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and wants to multiply its investments in low-carbon energy by 2030, to reach $ 5 billion per year, particularly in renewables and in particular in the wind turbine at sea.