FLO marks sale of 100,000 EV charging stations

EV charging station provider and network operator FLO, headquartered in Québec City, Canada, has sold its 100,000th charging station, a FLO Home X5 unit to be installed in Toronto by Ridgeline Electric.

FLO’s 100,000 charging stations encompass private and residential locations as well as a network of 75,000 public sites. They accommodate more than 1.5 million charging events each month. 

“FLO has worked diligently to expand access to reliable EV charging solutions for the growing number of EV drivers on North American roadways,” said Louis Tremblay, FLO President and CEO.

As part of its plan to bring 250,000 chargers to the US market by 2028, the company has opened a facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Production of the first line of the FLO Ultra charger will begin there in early 2024.  

Source: FLO

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