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IKEA to Install 3 EV Charging Stations at Future Indianapolis-area Store

| June 20, 2017

    IKEA to Install 3 EV Charging Stations at Future Indianapolis-area Store

IKEA, a leading home furnishings retailer, has announced plans to install three electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at its future Indianapolis-area store opening Fall 2017 in Fishers, IN.

This initiative reflects the continued partnership between IKEA and Car Charging Group, Inc. (OTC: CCGI), the owner of the Blink Network. There currently are Blink EV charging units at 29 IKEA stores in the United States.

“Installing EV charging stations at the future IKEA Fishers reinforces our commitment to sustainability,” said Holly Davidson, store manager. “As a retailer, IKEA realizes that a focus on the sustainable transport of people can help empower customers to live sustainably. So, meeting the needs of EV drivers in Indiana helps achieve both goals.”

To charge an EV at the future IKEA Fishers, drivers can tap their Blink InCard (RFID card) to the reader below the screen, initiate the session directly from the Blink Mobile application, or use a guest code provided via the Blink Mobile app.

Once the session is initiated, drivers can plug the charger into the EV, and then shop and eat at their leisure in the IKEA store while the vehicle is charging. EV drivers can become a Blink member for free and typically receive discounted charging fees at thousands of Blink units.

Category: General Update, Green

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