Electric transportation company EcoTotality launched the Blink EV charging stations network in support of the US federal government-funded EV Project. Blink charging stations are manufactured and sold by EcoTotality. For a quick how-to on the Blink DC Fast Charger watch this video: Blink Pedestal chargers are suited for commercial and public areas.
EV infrastructure manufacturer EcoTotality has filed for bankruptcy after sales failed to increase leading to massive debt obligations and crash of its shares. EcoTotality was awarded an initial $99.8 million grant and supervision of the US federal government EV project, meant to accomplish the installment of 15,000 commercial and residential EV charging stations
Blink Network is a large EV charging stations network with over 4,000 EV chargers in major cities and metropolitan areas in the US. Blink Network is the realization of the US federal government-funded EV project, which aims to install 15,000 commercial and residential EV charging stations in six states as well as in the District of Columbia. Blink’s parent