Top 10 Largest Electric Charger Companies in the World

The top 10 largest electric charger companies in the world boosting international infrastructure and capabilities include Tesla, ChargePoint and EVgo

Charging infrastructure, battery capabilities, charge times — all of these are hot topics in the EV community, as they are crucial to the uptake of electric vehicles. We take a look at the biggest companies providing electric charging and promoting the uptake of EVs around the globe.

10. bp pulse

bp pulse is an essential element of bp’s strategy to become a net zero company by 2050 or sooner, offering EV charging and subscription offers in the UK. Part of bp since 2018, bp pulse is the UK’s only fully integrated, end-to-end manufacturer and operator of charging infrastructure, and works with the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers to support their customers, as well as some of the UK’s biggest fleets, leasing companies and local authorities.

9. Compleo Charging Solutions 

A leading manufacturer of quality AC and DC charging stations, Compleo provides robust solutions for commercial, residential and public applications, along with the software to control, manage and monetise any EV charging network. German engineering and design provides the backbone for the European company.

8. Blink Charging

Blink Charging’s EV charging solutions span the globe and offer a full range of deployment configurations, delivering high-speed performance on a smart network, with Level-2 and DC fast chargers for the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East. The company has contracted, sold, or deployed more than 78,000 charging ports worldwide, many of which are networked EV charging stations, enabling EV drivers to easily charge at any of Blink’s charging locations.

7. ADS-TEC Energy

ADS-TEC Energy has been developing and producing battery storage-based platform solutions — a combination of highly integrated battery storage and in-house software solutions —- for over 10 years. Due to the company’s innovative cloud solution and the digital twin of the battery modules, ADS-TEC guarantees cell performance for up to 10 years.

6. Wallbox

Wallbox is a global company, dedicated to changing the way the world uses energy in the electric vehicle industry. It creates smart charging systems that combine innovative technology with outstanding design and manage the communication between vehicle, grid, building and charger — all connected to the myWallbox app. The company has sold over 370,000 chargers in over 113 countries.

5. Allego

Allego was founded in 2013 in the Netherlands as part of grid operator Alliander and now offers smart charging solutions for electric cars, motorcycles, buses, and trucks for consumers, businesses, and cities. The company has 34,000+ charge points throughout Europe, with charging solutions that are always connected to its platform, the EV-Cloud.

4. NaaS Technology

Headquartered in China, NaaS is one of China's largest and fastest growing EV charging service providers. NaaS provides charging station operators and EV owners with online and offline charging solutions and non-charging value-added services. Newlink NaaS also serves charger manufacturers, OEMs and other industry partners, helping to make charging faster, more convenient, with a superior customer experience - and in the process improving the operational efficiency for all parties within the industry value chain.

3. EVgo

EVgo has more than a decade of experience owning and operating one of the US's largest public DC fast charging networks, and works with utilities, government agencies, automakers, site hosts, fleets, and other stakeholders to accelerate transportation electrification.

With over 900 fast charging stations in more than 60 metropolitan areas, nearly 140 million Americans live within 10 miles of an EVgo charger.

2. ChargePoint


Founded in California, US, in 2007, ChargePoint offers the only network with an integrated portfolio of hardware, cloud services and support delivering the smoothest possible experience for all businesses and drivers. Networked charging is, and always has been, the company’s sole focus, and it has delivered over 188 million charges.

1. Tesla

With 50,000+ Superchargers, Tesla owns and operates the largest global, fast charging network in the world. Located on major routes near convenient amenities, charger availability and your vehicle charge can be tracked via its app. The system is fully integrated — Tesla designs and manufactures the energy and transportation ecosystem to create products that work together for maximum impact, leading to the greatest environmental benefit possible. The newest Superchargers can recover up to 200 miles of range in just 15 minutes of charging, and in 2022 the global network had 99.95% uptime and was 100% renewable, achieved through a combination of onsite resources and annual renewable matching.


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