The news service cites anonymous sources familiar with the matter, as well as a review of LinkedIn profiles.
The report notes that discussions with charging-infrastructure companies do not pertain to electric-car charging for Apple employees, a service the company already provides at its workplaces.
Neither Apple nor any charging companies that were contacted would directly confirm the discussions.
Apple also hired at least four electric vehicle charging specialists recently, according to Reuters.
Lack of charging stations has been one of the toughest hurdles for electric cars to overcome.
Tesla developed its own charging system called Supercharger, while other automakers have worked with the infrastructure companies.