Blink Charging Enters Joint Venture Agreement with Envoy Technologies

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The multi-year agreement is designed to bring EVs and EV charging to urban residents across the U.S. through the deployment of Blink charging stations across Envoy property locations. The first deployments of 46 Blink IQ 200 charging stations were completed earlier in the year. The company says the IQ 200 charging stations are currently the fastest Level 2 chargers available, delivering up to 65 miles of charge in an hour.

Blink, Envoy Technologies Agree to EV Charging JV

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US operator of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations Blink Charging Co (NASDAQ: BLNK) on Thursday said it has agreed to form a joint venture (JV) with community-based shared mobility platform Envoy Technologies Inc. As part of the multi-year partnership, Blink will provide EV charging stations for Envoy’s car-sharing programme offered for apartments, hotels and workplaces.

Blink Mobile Charger is a Virtual Gas Can for EVs

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The Blink Mobile Charger will give EV drivers the opportunity for a quick roadside recharge. While range anxiety, the concern of running short of electrons before reaching your destination, has been a common worry of drivers contemplating an electric vehicle purchase, another question is what happens if you do run the car’s battery dead.

Reviewed: Blink IQ 200 High-Powered EV Charger

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Industry-leading publication, InsideEVs, recently reviewed the Blink IQ 200 fast level 2 charging station. Referring to the unit as a high-powered, networked EVSE that’s ideal for apartment complexes, condominiums, and all multi-unit dwellings the review covered all you need to know about the unit to get started.

Blink Introduces Mobile Charging Station For Roadside EV Assistance

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Tom Moloughney of InsideEVs recently reviewed the Blink Mobile Charging Station.  Read his honest assessment of the innovative mobile unit that can help relieve range anxiety with roadside assistance vehicles like towing contractors. These portable units will get EV drivers on their way even if they run out of charge.