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EV charging 101: the dos and don’ts

EVs are still relatively new. As with any new technology, there’s a learning curve, and the one for EVs can be steep — including when it comes to charging etiquette. To ease you into the transition, here are a few things to keep in mind when you pull up to a charging...

There’s no place like home (to charge your EV)

Is lack of access to home charging slowing EV adoption? By Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Manager at FLO   “There’s no place like home,” Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz sagely told us. This mantra also applies to charging your EV – FLO’s data from over a decade of...

Charging Station Reliability Is an Equity Issue

By Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Specialist, FLO As we’ve discussed in our previous blog posts, high station uptime is central to a positive EV driver experience and helps ensure governments and utilities get a high return on their investment in charging...

EV Charging Incentives – Key Design Features

By Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Specialist, FLO President Biden’s “American Jobs Plan” is set to catalyze the EV industry at an unprecedented rate. The President’s commitment to build 500,000 public charging stations by 2030 provides a much-needed signal to...

Reliability Blog Series #3: Calculating Standardized Charger Uptime

By Cory Bullis, Senior Public Affairs Specialist, FLO  Previously, we suggested that utilities, EV charging companies, and site hosts strive for an uptime of 97 percent for public charging stations over a 12-month period at this stage of market development, ideally...