FLO President & CEO Louis Tremblay Reacts to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Proposed New Tailpipe Emissions Limits
Auburn Hills, Mich. – FLO President & CEO Louis Tremblay issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed new tailpipe emissions limits:
“Today’s news is a win for everyone. As Americans switch to electric vehicles (EV) in record numbers, these newly proposed limits on tailpipe emissions would lower harmful air pollutants and hopefully see more EVs on roadways across America.”
“Pro-EV policies like these enabled FLO to open our first U.S. facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan where we have a goal of bringing 250,000 EV chargers to the U.S. market by 2028 – including our new DC fast charger, FLO UltraTM.
“We commend President Biden and his administration for continuing to use all policy levers at its disposal to curb emissions and look forward to working together on our shared commitment of providing reliable EV charging infrastructure to American drivers.”
FLO is a leading North American electric vehicle (EV) charging network operator and a smart charging solutions provider. We overcome climate change and accelerate EV adoption through a vertically integrated business model and by delivering EV drivers the best charging experience from curbside to countryside. Every month, we enable more than 1 million charging events thanks to over 90,000 fast and level 2 EV charging stations deployed at public, private and residential locations. FLO operates its network across North America and our high-quality charging stations are assembled with care in Michigan and Quebec. To learn more about what “EV charging done right™” means to us, visit flo.com.