eV Power Exchange to Build EV Charging Network in North America
The company is set to become one of Utah's largest publicly available DC fast-charging networks by the end of this year, with plans to expand further across the Mountain West states.
November 07, 2023. By News Bureau
Utah, known for its proactive stance on sustainable transportation, is an ideal launchpad for eV Power Exchange. The company is set to become one of Utah's largest publicly available DC fast-charging networks by the end of this year, with plans to expand further across the Mountain West states.
Utah, often at the forefront of the electric vehicle (EV) movement, provides a perfect setting for eV Power Exchange's ambitious plans. The state's enthusiasm towards EVs, combined with support from local property owners and government agencies, has enabled eV Power to establish a strong presence in Utah.
Currently, eV Power boasts state-of-the-art charging stations across Salt Lake City, Utah, with many more in the pipeline. Their network already covers numerous locations and is set to grow further, offering a convenient and reliable charging experience to EV drivers.
Mark Sampson, CEO and Co-Founder, said "We're doing things differently. Our approach is to be a catalyst in the development of standards in an industry that really does not have any. We plan to do that by leading by example. EV owners deserve better than what is available to them today. Those standards will include high availability, reliability, and quality standards. We're doing it because we care about the planet and also about the EV driver experience. We don't want drivers to have to worry about where they'll get their next charge."
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