Over 110 Deployed Blink Charging Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Purchased from JNS Power.
In addition, Control Systems Will Expand Blink’s Presence in the greater Greater Chicago, Illinois Area.
Furthermore and most important, they also announced that the Company purchased 112 deployed EV charging stations. They purchased the EV Chargers from JNS Power & Control Systems, Inc. (“JNS”).
Recent reports suggest that electric-vehicle users are frustrated by the disproportionate car-to-charging-station ratio.With one charging station for every 10 electric vehicles, electric-vehicle (EV) drivers are often trapped in vicious competition, vying for the highly coveted spaces. Nowhere is the competitive tension felt more intensely than in company lots, where EV drivers often remain parked much longer than needed to fully charge, or worse, where gas-powered car drivers accidentally take the precious plug-in spots.With more and more drivers investing in electric vehicles, the problem will only intensify. Global sales of electric vehicles are forecasted to hit 430,000 by close of 2015 — marking a 40 percent increase from last year, and an astounding 856 percent increase since 2011.
This is to accommodate the booming market and EV-driving employees. Because many companies are considering adding more charging stations to their lots. While this may sound like a hassle, it’s truly imperative in today’s increasingly energy-conscious world, and it entails an easier transition that many might expect.
In addition, the installed Blink Charging EV chargers are located in some of Chicago’s busiest areas. We are also talking about including:
both Chicago Midway and O’Hare airports
the John Hancock Center, North Ridge Plaza
Northfield Square and other high-traffic locations, shopping centers. Finally and parking garages throughout the city.
In addition and more important, this brings Blink totals in Illinois to over 160 stations.
Furthermore, Blink is expanding its presence in the greater Chicago area. To serve a key metropolitan area for electric vehicles they are addressing increasing demand.
Blink also owns, operates and sells electric vehicle charging stations. They also provide connectivity to the Blink Network. That Network is a cloud-based SaaS platform which operates, manages and monitors the Blink Charging stations.
I mean can you say all associated meta data?! Blink also offers convenient charging capability to all EV drivers. Anywhere means: wherever they live, work, play, or travel to, at strategic marquee locations across the U.S.
“We look forward to working with industry leader Blink Charging to support the EV market and continue to expand the EV charging infrastructure throughout the greater Chicago area,” stated Brian Howe, CEO of JNS Power & Control Systems, Inc.
In conclusion and following the purchase of the JNS charging stations, Blink Charging will have a stronghold on Chicago area. I mean more than 160 EV charging stations in Illinois.