Blink Charging CEO Talks About Growing Electric Car Stations in United States
Blink Charging CEO Navigates the Future of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in the US.
Following a brief dip in Tesla (TSLA) shares due to concerns over EV production slowdowns and driver worries about battery performance, Blink Charging (BLNK) CEO Brendan Jones shares insights on the state of EV infrastructure in the United States. The conversation covers topics like addressing charging range anxiety and identifying key opportunities on the horizon.
Jones highlights the dynamism in the fleet and multifamily spaces, pointing out structural adjustments in municipalities like Massachusetts, where any infrastructure changes mandate the installation of 10 to 15% EV chargers. Recognizing these as high-demand zones, Jones emphasizes their strategic focus.
While in-home sales remain significant, Jones underscores that public DC fast charging constitutes only about 10% of their overall operations. This prompts a call to reassess existing paradigms and shift attention to where primary demands are emerging in the dynamic field of EV charging infrastructure.