Invisible Urban Charging announced that it is partnering with EV Charging of Arizona to roll out 13,980 chargers for electric vehicles (“EV”) into the State of Arizona, increasing its total number of EV chargers seven times. Arizona has more than 40,000 registered electric vehicles, according to a June 2022 report from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Installation will commence in Q1 2023. EV Charging of Arizona is managed by developer S3 Biotech, which is developing several sites in Arizona with a focus on creating “Smart City” facilities, including a new state-of-the-art medical campus in Maricopa. Jones Lang Lasalle (“JLL”), a global leader in property development and management, serves as installation partner, along with a nationwide installation capability through its network of electrical contractors, logistics, and signage partners.
“IUC is proud to be working with S3 Biotech to get ahead of the growing demand from staff and visitors to their development in the City of Maricopa, and also to other cities in the great state of Arizona,” said Nigel Broomhall, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of IUC. “More EV chargers help reduce range anxiety and encourage more Americans to drive electric, something that is good for everyone’s long term health, and ultimately their wallets. Next-generation facilities like those that S3 Biotech is developing attract businesses and employees that want to move to electric and having chargers on-site makes these campuses highly attractive places to work.”
“JLL is pleased to expand our relationship with IUC and begin our partnership with S3 Biotech on the progressive projects,” said Ken Demske, Managing Director, Project Development Services for JLL. “We look forward to building a greener future and supporting IUC, S3 Biotech, and the State of Arizona.”
IUC was founded in 2019 with the mission to accelerate the transition to electric transportation. IUC partners with major property owners to provide on-site EV charging at scale in high numbers, helping to achieve the 3.5 million chargers expected to be required by 2030. With more than 6,000 EV chargers going into Florida and now 13,980 into Arizona, IUC will be deploying nearly 20,000 EV chargers over the next 12-18 months, helping remove range anxiety for EV drivers in both states, so that more Americans can make the shift to an EV.
Invisible Urban Charging was founded in 2019 as a complete “electric vehicle charging solution as a service” provider, working with major property owners across the globe to drive the electrification of transportation and to make an impact. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, IUC is an end-to-end EV solution to deploy high volumes of EV chargers to customer sites for a flat monthly fee.
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