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EV charging company Flo celebrates its first U.S. facility

October 15, 2022  By Anthony Capkun



October 15, 2022 – Electric vehicle charging company Flo (which was founded in Quebec in 2009 as AddÉnergie) recently celebrated its first U.S. facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

“There is no better location for Flo to plant roots in the U.S. than Michigan, the birthplace of the American auto industry,” said Louis Tremblay, president & CEO.

Once operational, the new facility in Auburn Hills, Mich., will help Flo bring more than 250,000 EV chargers to American drivers, says the company, thereby accelerating the “execution of its U.S. market strategy”.

“Michigan has created a clear roadmap for success for EV charging companies like Flo, providing funding and launching initiatives aimed at expanding charging access and accelerating EV adoption,” added Tremblay.

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The Flo facility is slated to start production later this year, with plans to scale up its workforce and production.


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