Mentioned service is besides its function also important because of its location.

Relationships among Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance have recently been weakened quite a lot due to its ex-first man, president Carlos Ghosn and his acquisitions over money laundry. Nevertheless, things are starting to settle down back to the pace where they once were. This can also be said after the latest decision Alliance made in the field of electric mobility, since they have invested in Chinese Start-up PowerShare.

Established in 2015, PowerShare is an Internet of Things technology-based company providing services in the field of eMobility. More specifically, they connect charging points with operators and in the same time with EV drivers and power suppliers. This way, they are able to provide the best and most efficient service for every part of the chain and doing this as fast as possible, thanks to internet of things-based system of operation.

“PowerShare’s expertise fits with the Alliance’s objective to maintain our leadership in vehicle electrification. A solid infrastructure network must be established to accelerate the deployment of EV and new mobility services, and we expect Powershare’s technology to help make that happen. Additionally, PowerShare’s base in China aligns with our strong focus on the market as a strategic hub,” said François Dossa, Alliance Global Vice President, Ventures and Open Innovation,

PowerShare is certainty going to help Alliance to spread even more on the biggest market for electric vehicles in the world. The only question thus remains is whether it is also going to be available to European buyers.

Feb. 18, 2019 Driving photo: Renault

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