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Blink Charging rolls out 80Amp Charging Station at Porsche Design Tower

Blink Charging Co., a leading owner, operator and provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging station products and networked EV charging services, announced that it has deployed the first pilot [project] of its next generation charging stations at the Porsche Design Tower, combining best-in-class electric vehicle charging with one of Miami’s most luxurious residential complexes.

“It is important for the Porsche Design Tower development that we think of every amenity our residents and visitors desire,” commented Thomas Beuermann, Director of Operations at the Porsche Design Tower. “Our deployment with Blink Charging provides access to the latest in EV charging technology at our property so that we can accommodate the needs of our luxury auto enthusiast residents,” he added.

Blink’s industry-leading next generation IQ200 station provides up to 80Amps, or approximately 20kW, allowing drivers to charge their vehicles up to three times faster than on older generation, competing products, which typically charge at 30Amps or 7kW.

Blink’s next generation suite of charging stations also provides ideal solutions for any deployment configuration, from traditional stand-alone units to a modern kiosk option for higher density, multiple unit installations. Blink’s Charging Station in the Porsche Tower is available to residents and complements the other incredible amenities of the tower, including a glass elevator for each unit designed for luxury cars that bring residents up to their own private garage.

“We are excited to have deployed our first IQ200 next generation charging station at such an incredibly innovative property and to have a role in one of Miami’s most exciting and ground-breaking developments,” said Michael D. Farkas, Founder and CEO of Blink Charging. “These best in class IQ200 charging stations are part of Blink Charging’s large-scale expansion targeting not only high-traffic locations, but also landmarks in city centers so that EV drivers can charge their cars wherever they shop, work, and live,” he concluded.

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