Electrify America Stock

www.electrifyamerica.com/Energy / Clean EnergyFounded: 2016

Electrify America, founded in 2016, is an electric vehicle (EV) charging company. Electrify America is focused on building a reliable and extensive network of EV chargers across the country. Their commitment to sustainability is demonstrated through their operation of the Solar Glow™ 1 solar farm in Southern California and the use of 100% renewable energy for their DC Fast Charging network. Electrify America is headquartered in Reston, Virginia.

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Management Team

Robert Barrosa
Chief Executive Officer & President
Gregory Crossley
Chief Financial Officer
Emily Durham
Chief Legal Officer

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News Highlights

EV Charging Stations Market Size Worth USD 299.58 Billion by 2032 | Emergen Research

Electrify America was included on the list of emerging EV charging station companies as the $299.58 billion market continues to grow.

Electrify America Opens Its First Station In North Dakota To Fill The Void

Electrify America, one of the U.S.' largest EV fast-charging networks, this month opened its first station in North Dakota. It's an important step to expand the network nationwide along major routes coast-to-coast. As we can see on the map, there are still big gaps in the northern part of the country, where the EV infrastructure is the weakest. Electrify America currently has more than 840 stations with more than 3,700 individual fast chargers in 47 states.

Honda and Acura Electric Vehicles Will Have Access to Largest EV Charging Networks in North America Aided by New Agreements with EVgo and Electrify America

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. today announced that it has reached agreements with EVgo and Electrify America, plus roaming network partners, giving Honda and Acura EV customers access to more of the largest charging networks in North America. These latest agreements are in addition to the recent announcement that Honda will adopt the NACS charging standard with Honda and Acura EVs gaining access to the Tesla Supercharger network.
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024


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