Vontier forms EVolve portfolio to scale EV charging

Vontier forms EVolve portfolio to scale EV charging

Vontier says it launched EVolve to simplify EV charging for providers and fleet operators.

Vontier Corporation (Vontier) announced the formation of EVolve, a new portfolio entity to accelerate its growth and show commitment to sustainable solutions for the e-mobility ecosystem. The company said this solution will enable EV charging providers and fleet operators to simplify and facilitate EV charging at scale.

Vontier said EVolve will be led by newly appointed president and CEO Andrew C. Bennett, who the company says brings over 27 years of experience scaling software companies focused on the energy industry.

The first customer site EVolve will be bringing the joint solution to is Circle K, Norway, where an initial site has recently been installed. Circle K has almost 1,600 charge points on their sites across Europe and is owned by the Alimentation Couche-Tard corporation.

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