EB Charging to Install 600 EV Chargers at Q-Park Facilities

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Parking space operator Q-Park has announced a deal with EB Charging. Formerly Electric Blue, now owned by Blink Charging. They aim to roll out nearly 600 charging points across 80 sites in the UK and Ireland.

Q-Park says the new deal will also include modernising the existing charging infrastructure with hardware from EB Charging. Adding these chargers will nearly triple Q-Park’s existing network of over 250 public EV charge points across their asset portfolio. It comprises over 3,300 parking facilities with more than 640,000 parking spaces. In the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Ireland and Denmark.

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Blink Charging CEO: Investors Shouldn’t Expect EV Plays to be Profitable — Yet

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Soaring gas prices helped drive electric vehicle adoption in the first quarter, with EVs doubling their market share to 5.2% in the U.S.

The global race to net zero has supercharged the EV charging infrastructure market. With some estimates expecting revenue to top $147 billion by 2030.

Last week, Blink signed a $23.4 million deal to purchase Electric Blue (EB Charging). And its 1,150 chargers in the United Kingdom. Which marks the company’s first entry into the UK market. That was preceded by an expansion into Greece and Latin America. And last year, the company signed a nearly $24 million acquisition deal. To purchase Belgium-based charging operator Blue Corner N.V. And its 7,071 charging ports across Europe.

The global race to net zero emissions has supercharged the EV charging infrastructure market. With some estimates expecting revenue to top $147 billion by 2030. Click To Tweet

Blink Charging Acquires EB Charging Overseas, Marking its First Entry into the UK Market

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Blink Charging announced that its European subsidiary, Blink Holdings BV, has acquired Electric Blue Ltd. Which is better known as EB Charging based in the UK. In addition to Blink’s first entry into the UK, the acquisition marks Blink’s global expansion. Which now includes over eighteen countries.

Having been founded in 2015, EB Charging has a footprint of Level 2 and DC fast chargers. Across 40 municipalities in the UK.

As part of the acquisition, EB Charging will continue under its current brand and further its existing strategy. But at a significantly increased pace. According to Blink’s CEO, it will expand EB Charging’s product offerings in the UK as well. This will include commercial and home chargers. As well as, global network services and apps, and new EV fleet management tools.

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Miami is Home to One of the Top Companies Powering the EV Revolution

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Miami Beach-based Blink Charging has been paving the way for electric vehicles. They have done so for the better part of a decade now. The publicly-traded company designs, manufactures, and owns/operates EV charging stations.

Blink Charging Founder and CEO Michael D. Farkas highlighted that Blink has been a recipient of some of that funding. And that he looks forward to receiving more grants, rebates, and other programs. All to propel their mission to deploy charging infrastructure at scale. “It’s a little bit costly at this point in time and there may not be an instant return. But a lot of these funds will assist us in getting charging infrastructure into disadvantaged communities. Which will help ultimately with equality in these communities.”

Blink Charging has upwards of 130 employees working on their hardware and software products. There are thousands of Blink Charging’s EV chargers deployed around the US everywhere from airports, hotels, condos, and supermarkets. Click To Tweet

Blink Charging Awarded Grant Funds to Deploy DC Fast Chargers by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection under the Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program

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The Blink award, totaling $800,000, were awarded under the Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP). Which provides grants for installing DC fast-charging stations at strategic locations around the state. The grants are part of a significant effort by Massachusetts. Meant to create a reliable EV infrastructure that supports the Commonwealth’s energy future and emissions reduction goals.

Blink will install eight dual-port DC fast chargers in strategic locations. All to further develop the state’s charging corridors and convert more drivers to EVs. The chargers will fill existing gaps in EV charging access. Along major highways and be hosted by familiar consumer brands along Route 90, Route 95, and Route 20.