Blink Charging Applauds Administration’s EV Network Standards

Blink Applauds Administration’s EV Network Standards

Blink Charging CEO Michael Farkas applauded the Administration's new standards for a "Made-In-America National Network for Electric Vehicle Chargers."

Michael D. Farkas, chairman and chief executive officer of Blink Charging Co., made a statement on the Biden-⁠Harris Administration announcement of the “New Standards and Major Progress for a Made-in-America National Network of Electric Vehicle Chargers.”

“Blink Charging, a global leading manufacturer, owner, operator and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment and networked services, applauds the Administration’s new standards for a Made-In-America National Network for Electric Vehicle Chargers,” Farkas said.

“We appreciate the Administration recognizing our efforts to expand our manufacturing capabilities here in the U.S. and being highlighted in the White House announcement [on February 15, 2023]. We will continue to work with the Administration, the Federal Highway Administration, and our state and local government partners to assist with building out the much-needed EV infrastructure in support of advancing EVs around the country.”

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