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FLO EV Charging Expanding to Ultra-Fast DC Chargers

  • EV charging company FLO will be creating a new type of ultra-fast DC charger.
  • The FLO Ultra charger will be able to charge most EVs up to 80% in only 15 minutes.
  • Production of the new chargers will be happening in Michigan. The process will meet both NEVI and Buy America Act requirements.

FLO, a prominent North American EV charging company, recently teamed up with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to jointly announce a new project. Both parties look forward to the all-new FLO Ultra DC fast charger, which will be produced at the FLO facility that’s located in Auburn Hills. This new FLO EV charging technology aims to put the focus on driver convenience by making sure that EV charging can take even less time.

FLO Ultra Charging Explained

The newest FLO EV charging stations will be able to charge most EVs up to 80% in just 15 minutes, depending on the specific EV model. The upcoming FLO Ultra chargers fulfill both the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program and Buy America Act requirements, meaning that they will qualify for special funding meant to boost EV infrastructure and prioritize American-sourced materials. These new DC chargers will be available starting in 2024.

While the FLO Ultra chargers are still in the works, FLO’s Auburn Hills facility is currently assembling their Level 2 CoRe+TM and CoRe+ MAXTM chargers. These chargers are part of FLO’s plan to introduce 250,000 new chargers to the U.S. market by 2028. FLO predicts the facility should create and support 730 jobs.


Excitement About the new FLO Ultra Chargers

Chris Thorson, FLO’s Chief Marketing Officer, expressed his enthusiasm for this new plan, stating, “As EV demand grows, drivers are seeking fast charging that is safe, accessible, and reliable. Today, we are thrilled to announce that the FLO Ultra charger will be produced right here in Michigan, offering the ultimate EV charging experience. Thanks to Governor Whitmer’s support, we are one step closer to making the dream of driving an EV a reality for more Michiganders.”

During the announcement, Governor Whitmer joined FLO officials for a facility tour. She commended FLO’s contribution to the electric vehicle revolution, saying, “Electric vehicles are transforming the U.S. auto industry, and Michigan is uniquely positioned to seize this once-in-a-century opportunity. By embracing an all-electric future, FLO will drive our economy, invest in our workforce, and keep Michigan at the forefront of the U.S. auto industry. We congratulate FLO on commencing production at their Auburn Hills facility and eagerly anticipate the deployment of their EV chargers, proudly assembled by Michiganders, both here and nationwide.”


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  1. Here’s something I found out on my recent trip trying to charge. All company have two cable for charging at each station, but I found out that not all are equal. As an example, I was told by Electrify America that even so they have two lines to a single station. Only one vehicle can charge at a time. That was disappointing. Why have two. There are things I saw I was wondering why they bother putting in for public charging. Like a 6kw charging station from Charge Point. Why bother they are slow and take all day. This is a waste of space and time. Also location I saw one Charge Point super charging station that was right next to the entrance in a red zone. I scratch my head. So the question is who made these decision to put a charging station. Another thing was annoying was vehicle that don’t need charging but they park in a super charging station. There should be some kind of sign warning them that anyone can call for a tow truck to have it remove if they are caught parking. Saw a lot of this happen in a place called Kanab Utah

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