Toyota Declares Partnership With Oncor To Quicken EV Charging Ecosystem

Toyota) is the latest major carmaker to engage with EVgo as an electric charging infrastructure partner

working together to encourage and accelerate electric vehicle adoption throughout the U.S.

Its BZ4X EV SUV will be the first fully electric vehicle from Toyota in the U.S. since the RAV4 EV

which has been discontinued for nearly a decade, and now Toyota needs charging infrastructure partners.

The effort will be led by Toyotas electric vehicle charging solutions team (EVCS)

marking a major first in partnership with a U.S. utility for Toyota on battery-electric vehicles (BEVs).

Toyota could help meet its own green goals through developing car capabilities

that allow customers to decide when it is best to charge, and, in the future, to discharge to the power grid.

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In the early 1900s, electric cars made up approximately one-third of vehicles on the road.

By 1912, however, Ford Motor Co. had introduced a gasoline-powered Model T

and General Motors Co. had created the first electric start-ups for gasoline-powered cars.