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Blink Charging Co., a leader operator and owner of electric vehicle (EV), charging equipment and services, and UBS Asset Management’s Real Estate & Private Markets division announced a mutual service agreement to deploy Blink charging stations and other related services at UBS-owned properties across the United States.
UBS can choose from Blink’s flexible business model to meet the specific needs of each facility. UBS tenants will be able to access the most advanced EV charging technology as stations are deployed. This provides speed, ease-of-use, and an economical energy source for the automobiles that the future holds.
Michael D. Farkas (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Blink) stated that UBS will have access to a wide range of Blink products and services. The Blink network of EV charging stations will offer industry-leading solutions to tenants in multifamily properties as they work together to create a better future and improve their business operations.
“We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and delivering value for tenants and investors by implementing EV charging stations,” stated Vasilios Diakogeorgiou (Head of Strategic Initiatives at UBS Asset Management). “We look forward to working closely with Blink to provide EV chargers for multifamily tenants”, Mr. Diakogeorgiou added.
Blink offers a wide range of EV station deployment options, including single and multi-cord pedestals, wall-mount chargers and paired wall chargers. There are also DC fast chargers and single-family residential charging stations. Blink also offers its cloud-based Blink Network that manages Blink EV chargers as well as their charging data. Remote monitoring and management are possible through the Blink Network. Payment processing is also possible. EV drivers can access vital information about their chargers via the Blink Network.