The Business of Electric Car Charging Stations with Evoasis’ Angus Clark

September 10, 2010

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Evoasis is a San Diego and London-based company that develops full-service fast-charge, electric vehicle (EV) and plug-in hybrid-electric vehicle (PHEV) charging station facilities (EVSTAT) for deployment in metro areas and roadway access points in both the public and private sector. Angus Clark, Chairman of Evoasis, believes the mass adoption of electric cars begins with designing the right charging infrastructure. The energy powering these stations is often reusable — brought in from wind farms, solar farms, hydro dams and waste-to-energy plants —creating a truly sustainable way to travel in vehicles. “[The U.S. is] importing about $600 billion worth of oil,” Clark shares. “We look at our station as being an oasis in the desert. Our goal is to provide all-green energy to vehicles wherever we can. We see the opportunity to really start building electric vehicle infrastructure in a ‘normal’ way.”

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