CharIN is a worldwide association focused on promoting and supporting the Combined Charging System for battery powered electric vehicle (EV) charging. As a major North American EV charging station manufacturer, AddEnergie looks forward to supporting global efforts to develop standards that make charging EVs convenient for drivers.
"CharIN is pleased to welcome AddEnergie to its global membership. AddEnergie's well-known leadership in public charging makes a welcome addition to our leading global membership and we welcome the opportunity to involve AddEnergie's technical experts in our discussions"
“At AddEnergie, our products and services are inspired by our desire to always surpass client expectations, while offering drivers the most advanced, trustworthy technologies. That’s why, for many North American EV drivers, the FLO network and AddEnergie charging stations are synonymous with dependability” says Louis Tremblay, AddEnergie’s Chief Executive Officer. “Collaborating with other leaders in the EV industry is in our corporate DNA. We look forward to supporting CharIn and global efforts to advance the ISO 15118 standard and to make charging EVs convenient and intuitive for drivers.”
AddEnergie is a North American leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions. Founded in 2009, the company manufactures charging stations and develops network management software for all light-duty on-road markets (public, workplace, fleet and residential). AddEnergie owns and operates FLO, Canada’s largest EV charging network, and supplies charging infrastructure and network operation services to multiple third party networks. The FLO network provides a comprehensive charging ecosystem that fulfills EV drivers’ needs wherever they may be, at home, at work or on the go by ensuring a consistently simple and seamless experience. The FLO network services over 18,000 public and private charging stations.
The AddEnergie and FLO corporate headquarters and network operations centre are in Quebec City and all products are assembled at its factory in Shawinigan (Quebec). The company also has operations in Montreal (Quebec), Mississauga (Ontario), Vancouver (British Columbia), San Francisco (California) and New York (New York). For more information, visit www.addenergie.com.