FLO commemorates the 100,000th charging station

FLO, a North American electric vehicle (EV) charging network operator and provider of smart charging solutions, just sold its 100,000th charging station. A FLO Home X5 unit was sold to a customer in Toronto. Ridgeline Electric will install it. FLO’s home chargers are made entirely of aluminium and are weather-resistant. “FLO has worked tirelessly since day one to expand access to reliable EV charging solutions for the growing number of EV drivers on North American roadways,” stated Louis Tremblay, president and CEO of FLO. “This is a huge accomplishment, and I am extremely proud of the entire FLO team.” I eagerly await the sale of our next 100,000 chargers and the opportunity to continue giving the finest charging experience possible.

While the demand for EVs has increased dramatically in Canada and the United States, the business claimed that consumers are still concerned about the availability of public charging stations when considering the move to an EV. According to FLO, it is addressing this issue by “providing access to a network of 75,000 public charging stations, with more on the way.” “My customers are looking for the most robust and reliable charger on the market, and the FLO Home is the charger I recommend to them,” said Fab Farruggio, Ridgeline Electric’s general manager. “FLO chargers will work every time whether at home or on the road.” FLO recently expanded its North American supply chain and manufacturing capabilities by establishing a U.S.-based plant in Auburn Hills, Mich., as part of the company’s goal of bringing 250,000 chargers to the U.S. market by 2028. Beginning in early 2024, this factory will build the first line of FLO Ultra chargers.

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