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EcoG opens US headquarters in Detroit to develop EV charging hardware and software

German EV charging technology company EcoG has opened a US headquarters in Detroit, partly funded by a $1.5-million performance-based grant from the Michigan Business Development Program.

The EV infrastructure company was founded in 2017 by Siemens alums Dr. Joerg Heuer, who is CEO, and Dr. Johannes Hund, who is CTO. It originated from the Techstars Mobility Accelerator in Detroit.

EcoG develops hardware and software for EV charging stations. According to the company, it had captured 15% of the EU market by the end of 2022, three years after entry. It works with more than 60 global partners, including Siemens, i-charging, and the Big Three.

“There is unprecedented momentum behind the EV transition in the US. EcoG’s solutions are acting as the catalyst for manufacturers in the US, making it simple to introduce American-built products into the EV charging market and transforming the EV charging landscape across the country,” Heuer said.

Source: EcoG

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