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Dash EV Plans Greenville, South Carolina, Headquarters-EV Manufacturing

Dash EV, an electric car company that produces vehicles to expand the carsharing business, will establish its headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina. The project is expected to create ten new jobs.

Located at 355 South Main Street, operations are planned for mid-December.

“Dash EV is thrilled to be establishing our headquarters in South Carolina. The state’s commitment to green energy and electric vehicles provides the perfect opportunity for us to provide an affordable, zero-emission carsharing program for the Greenville and Clemson communities to get to school, work, grocery shopping and more. We look forward to expanding to other communities in South Carolina, and working with the South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA), Governor McMaster and the entire state on innovating sustainable transportation, now and in the future,” said Dash EV Founder and Chief Executive Officer Roman Kuropas.

Dash is a street-legal, low-speed electric vehicle. The company’s mission is to provide sustainable mobility that fills the gap between walking, biking, and mass transit in cities and on campuses.

“Dash EV’s innovative combination of electric vehicle technology and carsharing services is a unique concept, and we welcome this cutting-edge company to the Greenville County community. Dash EV is the type of company that underscores our vision at S.C. Commerce, which is to embrace the future to ensure South Carolina’s sustainable advantage,” Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III noted.

“We welcome Dash EV to our internationally recognized business community and celebrate the culture of innovation and sustainability they bring to Greenville County and our state. We take pride in being home to their new headquarters and helping advance the next-generation mobility solutions they are developing,” Greenville County Council Chairman and Greenville Area Development Corporation Board Member Willis Meadows added.

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