Blink makes an exclusive EV charging agreement with Mitsubishi

Blink makes an exclusive EV charging agreement with Mitsubishi

Blink will supply Level 2 chargers and will offer DC Fast Chargers to participating Mitsubishi dealerships.

Blink Charging has entered an exclusive agreement with Mitsubishi Motors North America to make available Blink chargers and turnkey installation services for all 323 U.S. dealerships. Blink will be supplying its MQ 200 and IQ 200 Level 2 chargers and offers Blink DC Fast Chargers to all participating Mitsubishi dealerships across North America.

Mitsubishi dealerships will have access to the newly rebuilt, cloud-based Blink Network allowing hosts to onboard and connect Blink chargers at all dealerships. The Mitsubishi dealerships will also have expanded functionality in creating dynamic user protocols, accepting payments, remote monitoring, and viewing charging session logs, the company says.

Blink says it offers a full range of EV charging stations deployment configurations, including single- and multiple-cord pedestals, individual and paired wall-mount chargers, DC fast chargers, as well as single-family residential charging stations.

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