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Blink Charging acquires SemaConnect

Charging network operator Blink Charging has agreed to acquire EVSE manufacturer SemaConnect for $200 million. The deal will add an additional 13,000 chargers, 1,800 site host locations, and more than 150,000 registered members to Blink’s existing footprint. Blink says the acquisition will enable it to offer “complete vertical integration, from R&D and manufacturing to charger… Read more »

Blink subsidiary to deploy hundreds of charging points at parking facilities in the UK and Ireland

Blink Charging’s recent acquisition of UK charging provider EB Charging, added more than 1,150 chargers, installed or committed for delivery, to Blink’s footprint. Blink is now present in over 18 countries. Now EB Charging has announced an agreement with European parking operator Q-Park to deploy nearly 600 charging points across 80 sites in the UK… Read more »

Blink Charging acquires UK-based charging provider

Network operator Blink Charging (Nasdaq: BLNK), through its wholly-owned European subsidiary, Blink Holdings BV, has acquired UK-based charging provider Electric Blue (aka EB Charging) for some $23.4 million. Blink is currently present in more than 18 countries. This acquisition represents the company’s first entry into the UK market, and will add some 1,150 chargers to… Read more »

Blink Charging to supply chargers to North American GM dealerships

Blink Charging (Nasdaq: BLNK) is deploying its IQ 200 Level 2 chargers at participating GM dealerships in the US and Canada. Working with facility solutions provider ABM, which delivers turnkey EV charging installations, Blink has already started shipping chargers to selected GM dealerships, and has more orders to be filled over the next several months…. Read more »

Blink Charging expands its European coverage with the acquisition of Blue Corner

Blink Charging (Nasdaq: BLNK), which provides a wide variety of charging products and services, has acquired Belgium-based Blue Corner, a charging network that includes over 7,000 charging ports located across Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and France. The deal, valued at around $24 million, is a key part of Blink’s international expansion plans. The European EV… Read more »

Blink deploys charging stations using local load management

Blink Charging has announced the installation of four EV charging stations utilizing local load management, which the company says is the first deployment of its kind. The configuration allows up to 20 charging stations to be deployed on a single circuit.  The design provides equal output to each charger based on the number of stations… Read more »

Hubject and Blink partner to offer EV roaming in US

Berlin-based Hubject provides a charging interoperability platform called Intercharge that boasts over 300 B2B partners in 26 countries. Intercharge connects charging station operators and e-mobility service providers in a way that’s transparent to users, allowing EV drivers to patronize any charging operator or network using one account, one app and one bill. Now Hubject has… Read more »

Blink charging stations earn Energy Star certification

Miami Beach-based Blink Charging (NASDAQ: BLNK) has earned Energy Star certification for its 80-amp network-connected charging stations. Business owners deploying these chargers will be eligible for Energy Star-related government grants and tax incentives. The Energy Star certification, which so far only a handful of the hundreds of charging stations on the market have earned, is… Read more »

Blink Charging secures listing on Nasdaq Capital Market, rings opening bell

Blink Charging, an operator of EV charging services, is now listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbols BLNK and BLNKW. To commemorate the event, Executive Chairman Michael D. Farkas and CEO Mike Calise got to ring the Nasdaq opening bell. Blink’s previously announced underwritten public offering raised over $18 million, which the company… Read more »

Blink charging stations to be restored to 30-Amp capacity

Florida-based CarCharging, which inherited the Blink public charging network from bankrupt ECOtality, has announced plans to upgrade its chargers, restoring the amperage from 24 Amps to its maximum capacity of 30 Amps. About two years ago, users began to report of problems with Blink level 2 charging stations at power levels above 3.3 kW. ECOtality… Read more »