SparkCharge partners with DFW International Airport to showcase EV charging solutions.
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SparkCharge partners with DFW International Airport to showcase EV charging solutions.

SparkCharge to showcase grid-free and mobile EV charging solutions to enhance traveler experience and promote sustainable transportation.

Dallas, Texas - SparkCharge, the pioneering company behind grid-free and mobile electric vehicle charging systems, has joined forces with Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) for a groundbreaking pilot program. This collaboration aims to introduce travelers to the latest advancements in EV charging technology and solutions, highlighting the company’s commitment to making EV ownership more accessible and convenient.

The highly anticipated demonstration series, scheduled from Monday, May 8, to Friday, May 12, offers DFW passengers a unique opportunity to evaluate various EV charging solutions that are revolutionizing the industry. Among the cutting-edge technologies on display are autonomous robotic wireless charging, on-demand charging services, and innovative mobile applications enabling charging control from any location worldwide.

SparkCharge has long been at the forefront of transforming the EV charging landscape, catering to a wide range of consumers, fleets, retailers, and businesses seeking fast and hassle-free charging options. One of the company’s standout offerings is SparkCharge Mobile, a groundbreaking Charging as a Service (CaaS) solution that can be accessed with a single click.

With SparkCharge Mobile CaaS, both fleets and individual consumers can effortlessly access on-demand charging services. The convenience of this solution lies in its mobility, allowing users to charge their EVs at their preferred location without relying on traditional grid-based infrastructure. Currently available in cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Dallas, Austin, and Boston, SparkCharge plans to expand its mobile CaaS network to any city within the United States in a remarkably short timeframe of just two weeks.

“Clean energy solutions are the future of transportation and DFW is embracing next-gen technology by bringing future-forward solutions like SparkCharge to its employees, travelers, and the public,” said Josh Aviv, founder and CEO at SparkCharge. “Businesses that want to make the transition or accommodate EVs no longer need to be hindered by a lack of infrastructure; the solution exists and we’re here to aid them on their journey.”

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