GM and shell,through their wholly-owned subsidiary MP2 energy, announced that they will work together to provide GM customers and supply chain partners with comprehensive energy solutions, including a fixed rate household energy program supported by 100% renewable energy.
The program currently applies to qualified owners of Chevrolet,Buick, GMC and Cadillac cars in Texas.This summer, owners of GM brand electric vehicles will have the opportunity to choose home energy programs, which include free charging of electric vehicles at night.

The companies will also begin offering GM suppliers a set of renewable energy products in June to help them set and achieve their emission reduction targets.GM and shell expect to promote residential and electric vehicle products in the U.S. market in the future.
GM plans to achieve carbon neutrality in global products and operations by 2040, while shell aims to achieve a net zero emission energy business by 2050, not only shell’s energy production and processing, but also from all energy products sold to customers.