Blink Charging shows new chargers ready for Plug&Charge at CES

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Blink Charging has launched seven new products at the CES in Las Vegas, moving deeper into the smart charging and commercial space. The charging solutions cover home, fleet, and retail charging as well as vehicle-to-grid technology. There’s also two new apps for private and commercial users of Blink products.

The new products displayed at CES include three charging station suites ranging from 50 to 80 amps and a 50 kW DC fast charger. The new equipment is V2G, and smart home ready since Blink Charging relies on ISO 15118 to enable Plug & Charge.

In detail, there is the MQ 200, a 50-amp charging station designed with fleets in minds since the station is scalable to include multiple fast chargers at one location. Blink names multifamily dwellings as another use case.

17 South Florida companies are exhibitors at CES 2022

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Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County companies are represented at one of the largest consumer trade shows of the year.

COVID precautions in place, CES readies for abbreviated three-day run in Las Vegas

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Harjinder Bhade is looking forward to the CES gadget show in Las Vegas this week, despite coronavirus concerns that prompted some companies to back out.

Bhade, chief technology officer for Blink Charging, a Florida company that makes electric vehicle chargers, said CES offered unique marketing and networking opportunities.

“As our products are physical products, we feel it’s very important to demonstrate those products for our customers and potential customers,” said Bhade, whose company will have about a dozen representatives at the show.

EV charging companies push faster at-home charges, V2G and connectivity at CES

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EV charging companies have been showing their wares at CES for years now. But this year, the stakes — and opportunities — are a bit higher.

With dozens of electric passenger cars and commercial fleets expected to hit the market in just a few years, EVs are pushing into the mainstream. That larger market comes with a price: Mainstream consumers expect charge times that are akin to gas refueling times, are accustomed to good user experience design and probably haven’t ever had to think about peak and off-peak energy grid hours.

Here’s Why the Best Multi-Year Investment Opportunity Is All About 5G

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That brings us to this week’s CES 2022, the annual tech event that historically showcases the coming intersection of technology and products as well as the next round of gadgets that will soon hit shelves. I’ve been to CES several times, and it’s always chock full of information that one can weave into your investment mosaic. I suspect that will once again be the case due in part to a wave of new products to be unveiled from the likes of General Motors  (GM) – Get General Motors Company Report, BMW, and Blink Charging  (BLNK) – Get Blink Charging Co Report as well as new chip introductions from Advanced Micro Devices  (AMD) – Get Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Report, Nvidia NVDA and Intel  (INTC) – Get Intel Corporation Report.