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Industry Spotlight: March 27th - April 2nd

Evening scene at an electric vehicle charging station in a bustling city, illuminated by energy-efficient lighting, with electric cars charging and people engaging in conversation, highlighting the integration of electric mobility into urban life.

Welcome to GridLink's Industry Spotlight, your weekly source for the latest developments in electric vehicles, charging solutions, and the evolution of electric mobility. Each week, we handpick the most impactful news, breakthrough technologies, and insightful commentary that shape the electric vehicle sector and its infrastructure. Designed for enthusiasts, professionals, and anyone intrigued by the electric revolution in transportation, our blog aims to enlighten, inspire, and keep you abreast of this dynamic industry. Check back every week to stay ahead of the curve and join GridLink in driving towards a sustainable, electrified future. 

  • Purdue University partners with an Indiana agency and the private sector to build the country’s first highway segment that could wirelessly charge electric vehicles as they travel. (Indianapolis Star)

  • A company that supplies electric vehicle batteries to BMW announces it will invest an additional $1.5 billion into a planned South Carolina factory and create an additional 1,080 jobs. (The State)

  • An auto repair franchise opens its first-ever electric vehicle service center in South Carolina to serve a growing number of drivers in the region with hybrid or plug-in vehicles. (Spectrum News 1) 

  • Florida drivers weren’t early adopters of electric vehicles, but EVs are quickly catching on in the state, with some of its metro areas among the strongest markets in the country. (Tampa Bay Times)

  • The shift to electric vehicles in North Carolina is happening faster than state officials anticipated, with electric vehicle registrations surpassing a state goal two years ahead of schedule with more than 80,000 on the road. (WRAL)  

  • Oklahoma awards $8.7 million in bids to three companies to build 13 electric vehicle charging stations along three interstates. (Oklahoma Voice)

  • A school district in northern Minnesota is among the first tribal school districts in the country to receive electric school buses under a new $5 billion federal program. (E&E News)

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