4 Top EV Charging Stocks To Watch This Week

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With automakers pushing for electrification at an unprecedented pace, enthusiasm in EV charging stocks makes perfect sense. One way of looking at this new space is that they are the next-generation gas stations in the making.

Blink Charging Bets Big on Revenue from Charger Utilization, Owner-Operator Model

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As countries around the world announce zero emissions goals for the near future, the electric vehicle charging infrastructure market is expected to grow exponentially. In 2020, the market size was valued at $15 billion, a number that analysts predict will increase at a rate of 33.4% year-over-year until 2028.

Blink Charging CEO Farkas Lights Up IPO Edge EV Forum with Hope King

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The opportunity to charge EVs is vast, with locations ranging from McDonald’s parking lots to your own garage. And as younger Americans look to switch from Uber rides to their own cars, they are choosing EVs over gas-powered alternatives. While government subsidies create opportunity for small operators to enter the fray, they often wind up selling to market leaders.

Florida firm to install EV charging station in Waterville Valley

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A Florida-based company will be installing its first universal electric vehicle charging equipment in the state in Waterville Valley. Blink Charging Co. of Miami Beach says it will deploy two Fast IQ 200 Level 2 charging units at Windsor Hill Condominiums in Waterville Valley. They will be the only EV charging stations available for nearly 30 miles.

GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ANNOUNCES NEW ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS TO BE INSTALLED

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Governor Phil Scott today announced that 11 new plug-in electric vehicle (EV) fast-charge stations are scheduled to be installed across Vermont over the next two years. The charge stations will be located in Newport, Enosburgh, St. Johnsbury, Johnson, South Hero, Springfield, Fair Haven, Wilmington, Ludlow, Randolph and Rutland. The chargers will be a part of the Blink Network and available to all EV drivers. When these new stations are completed, nearly every Vermonter will be within 30 miles of a fast-charge station.