MetLife is an official partner of the US Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge.

The company has installed GE Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment units at its offices. These Level II chargers offer reduced charge time from 12-18 hours to 4-8 hours, the company said.

MetLife Global Corporate Services senior vice president Joseph Sprouls said that the company aims at sustainable business practices.

GE Industrial Solutions Business EV Infrastructure lead product manager Seth Cutler said, "GE is proud to collaborate with companies, such as MetLife, that are at the forefront of sustainability initiatives.

"This cutting-edge technology provides employees a great alternative to their traditional mode of transportation."

To date, MetLife has installed around 32 charging stations across 14 sites, including Aurora, Bloomfield, Bridgewater, Dayton, Freeport, Johnstown, Morristown, Oriskany, Scranton, St. Louis, Tampa, Troy, Tulsa and Warwick.