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These 10 companies are leading the charge when it comes to developing the country's EV infrastructure.

Jamie Hartford 1

June 20, 2022

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Last week, Blink Charging Co. signed an agreement to acquire  SemaConnect, Inc., combining two of the largest electric vehicle charging networks in the US. The deal adds nearly 13,000 chargers in North America to the Blink network, which the company says already boasted 30,000 ports in 18 countries. 

In light of that deal, we took a look at the EV charging network landscape, using December 2021 numbers from EVAdoption, a website, blog, and newsletter that tracks and forecasts the transition to EVs.

Here are the top 10 charging networks in the US today.

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