Charge Enterprises Inc.
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Laying The Foundation For The Electric Vehicle Revolution

About the Event

Experts estimate we will need to build 120,000 new electric vehicle charging stations each month for the next 10 years to meet the growing demand. The U.S. Congress just allocated $15 billion for electric vehicle charging infrastructure. And Fortune Business Insights estimates the charging station market size will reach $100B by 2027.

Charge Enterprises (CRGE) is ready today to provide superior hardware, location selection, engineering installation, testing and maintenance for the EV charging industry. Charge works with all the leading charging networks – Electrify America, Chargepoint, and others – to install stations in their networks. Charge has specially trained electricians who are well versed in the high voltage electric technology that is needed to install the DC Fast Chargers that we will need to keep drivers on the road.

Join our webinar to hear from Charge Enterprises CEO, Andrew Fox and Chief Business Officer, Mark LaNeve, who recently joined the company after leadership roles at Ford, GM and Volvo.

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