Evos Energy gets funds to ramp up EV charging | 2022


After launching its AC22 Home Fleet Charger last year, Evos Energy has scored $837,472 in funding from AusIndustry in the latest round of Accelerating Commercialisation grants.

The Australian Government business site says Evos Energy is “evolving with the times and has developed an energy management and delivery platform for electric cars”.

The Evos Energy team, from left, Chris Crossman, Seshan Weeratunga and Marcelo Salgado.

The company will use the grant to commercialise and scale its platform, achieve global exports, create smart jobs, reduce the cost of EV charging and help businesses transition to carbon free transportation.

Its technology simplifies the car charging process, is simple to use, works across all EVs, and reduces energy and operating costs for EV owners, the business site says.



Admin

The smell of the leather seats, the sound of the throttle, and even light from outside—all affect your state of mind. That’s what makes a good car great.

Leave a Reply