Tech startup SparkCharge to roll out an on-demand EV charging service

SourceBusiness Insider
SectorTechnology
CountryMiddle east

SparkCharge, the creator of the portable electric vehicle charging system the Roadie, is partnering with Allstate Roadside, Spiffy, HONK Technologies, and Mark Cuban to launch BoostEV, an on-demand mobile EV charging network. SparkCharge is launching the new service first in 12 cities including New York, Chicago, San Diego, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. EV owners can order a charge to be delivered to their vehicles by using SparkCharge's BoostEV mobile app, SparkCharge said in an emailed statement.  The company plans to open up in a different city every month after February and roll out the service in 25 cities by the end of 2021. SparkCharge was founded in 2017 with the goal to build the world's largest mobile electric vehicle charging network through hardware, software, and partnerships. It's Roadie Charging System is a portable modular charging solution that makes charging accessible regardless of infrastructure. Allstate Roadside, a roadside assistance service provider, and HONK Technologies, the digital platform connecting drivers and towing professionals,...read more...