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Blink Charging Collaborates with Moberly Motor Company and Electric Era to Bring Fast and Efficient DC Charging to Dealership
Blink announced an agreement with Moberly Motors, a leading auto dealership, and Electric Era, a designer and developer of AI-driven and storage backed EV fast charging stations. The agreement is for the deployment and installation of a PowerNode charging station with three 240kW chargers at Moberly Motor’s dealership location in Moberly, Mo.
Blink Charging Becomes a Provider of Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions for Royal Farms
Blink announced it has been selected to provide EV charging solutions for Royal Farms. The Baltimore-based convenience retail chain will install a total of 30 Blink state-of-the-art DC Fast Chargers (DCFC), providing 60 charging ports and bringing more accessible EV charging to a critical region of the Mid-Atlantic.
Blink Charging Announces Corporate Leadership Promotions, Naming Mike Battaglia COO, Jim Nemec CRO and Siddhartha Kodgi VP Operations
Blink announced the Blink Board of Directors has approved changes made to Blink’s executive leadership team with the appointment of Michael Battaglia, (formerly Chief Revenue Officer) as Chief Operations Officer; Jim Nemec, (formerly VP Sales and Business Development) as Chief Revenue Officer; and Siddhartha Kodgi, (formerly Sr. Director Operations) as Vice President of Operations. The Company also announced the departure of Mark Pastrone from his role as Chief Operations Officer.
Blink Charging CEO, Brendan Jones, to Present at H.C. Wainwright 25th Annual Global Investment Conference
Blink announced that Brendan Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer, will present at the H.C. Wainwright 25th Annual Global Investment Conference on September 12, at 11:30 a.m. ET. Mr. Jones will also be available for one-on-one investor meetings throughout the day.
Blink Charging Awarded Utah State Contract Making EV Charging Procurement Easier and More Convenient for Government Agencies
Blink Charging has been selected as a State Contract Awardee by the Utah Division of Purchasing (the “Blink Utah State Contract”). The contract prioritizes Blink products and services for government, non-profit, K-12, and higher education agencies in Utah, preparing their properties and facilities for the growing demand for EV charging nationwide.