Australia-Based Evie Networks Plans Phoenix, Arizona, North American Headquarters
The company will use the new location to establish EV charging stations across Arizona. The first charging sites are scheduled to be operational within 18 months. Evie’s U.S. market expansion is being backed by Brisbane-based St Baker Energy Innovation Fund.
“By expanding our operations in the United States, Evie Networks aims to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and improve the sustainability of the transportation sector in the U.S.,’’ said Chris Mills, Evie Network’s Managing Director.
Evie Networks was founded in 2017 to build Australia’s largest electric vehicle fast-charging network. The company has more than 350 sites in build and development in Australia. Evie plans to replicate its Australian model in the U.S. Evie’s U.S. market expansion is being backed by Brisbane-based St Baker Energy Innovation Fund.
“Evie Networks and TCRT’s new headquarters showcase Arizona’s international attractiveness,” noted Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA). “We are proud to welcome these sustainable leaders to Arizona as part of our thriving electric vehicle and manufacturing industries.”
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