EVBox Touches the Milestone of 200K Installed Charging Ports Worldwide

EV charging solutions provider, EVBox has recently reached the milestone of 200,000 EV installed charging ports worldwide. The company celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2020, and now claims to have a presence across 0 countries, with 5,000 DC fast chargers among the 200,000 it has installed globally.

The new milestone comes soon after the company first announced in November 2019that it had installed 100,000 charging ports worldwide. It had marked that milestone by setting up the OneChargerOneTree initiative with a pledge to plant one tree for every new charge port installed. Since then, 100,000 trees have been planted, according to EV Box.

EVBox also has an EV charging App, a white-label mobile app having features to help businesses attract EV drivers- by the ‘Everon’ platform of the company. The company has presented its new generation of DC fast-charging solutions and delivered the first 20 DC fast chargers to customers in the state of California. EVBox has announced a new American manufacturing site in Libertyville.

CEO Kristof Vereenooghe commented, “In response to many challenges in 2020, we’ve managed to adopt new ways of working across EVBox Group and I’m proud to see that we were able to stay more connected than ever. Reaching the significant number of 200,000 installed charge ports worldwide is a testament to the work we’ve done over the last decade and the work we’re continuing to do.” It’s a number the firm hopes to more than double each year, to hit its target of a million chargers by 2023.

Founded in 2010, EVBox Group provides flexible and scalable electric vehicle charging solutions. With its extensive portfolio of commercial and ultra-fast EVBox charging stations, as well as scalable charging management software engineered by Everon, EVBox Group trying to provide electric mobility to everyone.

With Tesla making its founder the world’s richest man officially this week, the EV revolution has spawned multiple players in the EV ecosystem, from charging firms, to EV makers and other suppliers.

The ENGIE owned firm sees a strong future for itself with the incoming US president (elect) declaring  a target to have 500,000 charging stations in the near future. Also going for them is the strong push in large states like California, New York and New jersey for EV’s, something that the rest of the US is expected to follow soon.

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