Some companies in the EV charging infrastructure business are trying to build charging networks across the country. In many regions, the lack of charging infrastructure is considered to be one of the main reasons drivers do not use electric vehicles. According to the report, ChargePoint is about to conclude a deal and will be listed through a reverse merger with switchback energy acquisition company. The deal could be worth more than $2 billion and will be announced early next week, according to people who claim to be familiar with the talks, according to the report. Unnamed sources did warn that negotiations could still fall apart and terms could change. News of the deal was enough to drive switchback’s shares up 11% to $13.32. When ChargePoint was founded in 2007, it attracted funds from private and venture investors, including from automakers Daimler AG and BMW. Interestingly, the company did get some investment from Chevron. < / P > < p > the wider availability of charging network is the key to promote the application of electric vehicles. Endurance anxiety remains an important issue for many people, especially those living in apartments who may not have a place to recharge their vehicles. While many people want to increase the range of electric vehicles, a wider range of high-speed charging stations can offset that desire. < / P > < p > many people believe that if the range of electric vehicles is limited, but they can be charged quickly, the demand for large batteries will be reduced. ChargePoint and switchback officials have not commented on the rumored merger. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities