New Chase website connects consumers to electric vehicle tools and resources

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Chase has launched a new website to help consumers discover, find and buy electric and hybrid vehicles.

The High-Voltage Electric Vehicle (EV) Education Center provides content, tools, and frequently asked questions from Chase and other experts on the initial and ongoing cost of EV ownership, as well as battery charge, range and maintenance information. The interactive website serves consumers, dealers, automakers and employees as they navigate the evolving world of electric driving – and Chase will continue to feed the site with new details and tips.

The electric vehicle movement is here and our customers are excited about all the options available,” said Jamie Jones, Managing Director of Luxury & Electric Brands. “Chase is committed to bringing another valuable resource to consumers through the launch of this education center. We’re here to provide them with the information, tools and financing they need to get a hybrid or electric vehicle they’ll love.

This training center continues JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to advancing a sustainable and inclusive economy by helping customers transition to a low-carbon world, supporting the development and scaling of green technologies and minimizing the environmental impact of its own operations. Earlier this year, Chase announced it would pilot public fast-charging stations at 50 bank branches and install solar panels at 400 branches and 125 carports across the United States.

Chase has been funding electric vehicles since 2018, when Jaguar Land Rover introduced the I-PACE. Chase is also the private label financier of electric vehicle maker Rivian and recently entered into a strategic agreement to become Fisker’s US consumer finance provider.

About Chase

Chase is the U.S. commercial and consumer banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), a leading U.S.-based financial services company with $4 trillion in assets and operations around the world. Chase serves more than 66 million U.S. households and 5 million small businesses with a wide range of financial services, including personal banking, credit cards, mortgages, auto financing, investment advice, business loans, small business and payment processing. Customers can choose how and where they want to bank: More than 4,700 branches in 48 states and the District of Columbia, 16,000 ATMs, mobile, online and by phone. For more information, visit

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