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Charge extends its Electric Fuelling Stations of the Future across the US and Europe

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Charge, a micromobility company dedicated to building the largest network of electric charging, storage and service stations for e-scooters and e-bikes, announced significant expansion across the US and Europe.

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Stemming from its extensive real estate network, the company has secured more than 6,000 locations across the US and Europe to install its innovative micro-mobility servicing infrastructure. Charge also announced it will begin experiment programmes with 50 electric Charge SmartStations in Paris, Lyon, Lisbon and Milan.

“With some cities housing over 50,000 shared e-scooters from operators such as Bird, Lime, Spin and Voi - and more landing every week - something has to give,” said Andrew Fox, Co-Founder and CEO of Charge. “Cities are unable to cope with the extreme clutter caused by these vehicles and the race to build infrastructure for micromobility has begun. We provide a win-win solution for cities, scooter operators, riders and residents so that communities can implement a safe and sustainable strategy for electric micromobility.”

Charge provides a suite of micromobility-servicing infrastructure, including charging and parking solutions designed to bring order to the chaos of dockless e-scooters and e-bikes. Charge has landed contracts across the US and Europe and is experiencing high demand to implement its flagship products.

Charge SmartHub is a mass charging centre capable of charging over 70 e-scooters simultaneously to support the gig-economy of juicers and chargers. Charge SmartHubs are strategically located in dense urban areas to maximize charging capabilities while reducing downtime.

Charge SmartStation is a battery-powered charging station designed to address the major shortcomings of micro-mobility while cleaning up sidewalk clutter. Charge SmartStations are designed to make micromobility manageable for urban communities.

The Charge SmartStation and Charge SmartHub detect which operators have e-scooters docked in each station, and only charges the scooter operators who have an agreement with Charge. Each operator is then billed by the percentage of charge, just as one might fill up a car at a gas station.

“As a pioneer in the parking industry, we feel that the connectivity of the micro-mobility network with mass transportation is the next evolving urban technology solution. We envision that parking garages will evolve to become the gas station of the future to fill electric vehicles and are thrilled to partner with Charge,” said George Fallica, Chief Revenue Officer, North America, REEF Technology.

Programmes in Paris, Lyon, Lisbon and Milan will begin in early 2020.


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