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What the Tesla Supercharger layoffs could mean for America’s EV buildout

By Pras Subramanian – Senior Reporter – Original Yahoo Finance Article Published May 7, 2024 The latest layoffs at Tesla (TSLA) this week cut close to the bone of the EV pioneer’s big competitive advantage — its ubiquitous Supercharger network. As first reported by EV blog Electrek, Tesla laid off nearly the entire Supercharger organization, which…

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EV Realty, GreenPoint Partners to develop multi-fleet EV charging hubs

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By Brian Martucci – Original Facilities Dive Article Published April 19, 2024 EV Realty, GreenPoint Partners to develop multi-fleet EV charging hubs The $200M joint venture will drive a “rapid buildout” of high-powered commercial EV charging facilities serving local and regional delivery, service and logistics fleets. Dive Brief: Dive Insight: Last year, the Biden Administration…

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Switcheroo: EV Realty secures electricity before launching charging sites

By Alan Adler – Freightwaves Original Article Apr 18, 2024 Startups, real estate giants and others developing electric truck charging sites tend to pick locations before being certain they can get electricity in a timely fashion. Startup EV Realty prioritizes having the juice available when it buys a property. ‘Buying by the acre and monetizing by the…

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Exclusive: EV Realty, GreenPoint invest $200M in truck chargingWhy this JV is taking a ‘real-estate-first approach’ to establishing EV charging hubs

Alan Neuhauser, author of Axios Pro: Climate Deals EV Realty, a commercial vehicle charging provider, is forming a $200 million joint venture with private equity firm GreenPoint Partners to develop charging hubs for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. Why it matters: They join a growing number of firms pouring cash into topping up electric vans and trucks. The big…

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3 ways to help EV charging bloom in ​‘charging deserts’

For EV chargers to take off in disadvantaged communities, we’ll need public-sector support — and private-sector innovation to make the economics work. It’s hard to get EV chargers to bloom in ​“charging deserts.” More than seven in 10 EV chargers in the U.S. are in the country’s wealthiest counties, according to recent research, while many…

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EV Realty Hires Former Tesla Supercharger Development Lead Ben Prum Amidst Push to Electrify Commercial Truck Fleets

Prum brings experience scaling site acquisition and development of Tesla’s Supercharger network throughout southern California EV Realty, Inc. (“EV Realty”), an EV infrastructure development platform purpose-built to maximize electric power availability for critical commercial fleets, today announced the hiring of Ben Prum as Director, Development at the company. “We’re thrilled to welcome Ben to EV…

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Electrifying commercial vehicle fleets, one charger at a time

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For major companies with large vehicle fleets, a core tenet of decarbonization efforts can be found in fleet electrification. A host of large corporations including Amazon, UPS, and Walmart have all made EV fleet commitments or signed agreements to purchase electric delivery vehicles. Patrick Sullivan, co-founder and CEO of EV Realty, a California-based company focused…

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Why We Invested In EV Realty

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Commercial electric vehicle (EV) fleet charging infrastructure is the new hot investment … and it should be Segue just announced its first investment into the EV charging infrastructure space, and in doing so will be funding the buildout of large-scale commercial EV fleet charging depots. Our new partner EV Realty develops, deploys, and owns grid-scale…

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