US EV Charging Infrastructure Coming: Which Company Will Build It?

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Posted on EVANNEX on March 17, 2022, by Charles Morris

Wise EV, a subsidiary of renewable energy service provider Wise Power, has selected charging station manufacturer Tritium to provide DC fast chargers for a new national EV charging network.

The new network is expected to start with 25 locations at Florida gas stations. Florida is the number-two US state for EV sales, and received the third-largest state allocation under the new National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program Guidance.

Wise EV plans to build its network using a hub-and-spoke strategy, centering the charging around metropolitan hubs and connecting those cities with Interstate highways as spokes. The eventual goal is to build a coast-to-coast charging network. The company plans to establish its metropolitan charging hubs in 2022, and connect those hubs with Interstate charging spokes in 2022 and 2023.

Wise EV offers customers a leasing model, which the company says is one of the most affordable ways to add fast charging to a property. Parent company Wise Power offers solar PV systems, scalable energy storage systems and EV charging stations for home, business, industry and utility-scale applications.

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