• Multiple partnerships with OEMs to package its equipment with sale of new vehicles; expect announcements later this year
  • Aims for a revenue breakdown evenly split between residential, fleet, and OEM customers
  • Focused on low-cost equipment that fulfills basic charging requirements; less focused on netw...
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