As a distinct subsidiary of Schneider Electric, EV Connect's CEO and founder Jordan Ramer will continue to lead operations. Pictured here are EV Connect's headquarters.  - Photo: EV Connect

As a distinct subsidiary of Schneider Electric, EV Connect's CEO and founder Jordan Ramer will continue to lead operations. Pictured here are EV Connect's headquarters. 

Photo: EV Connect

EV Connect, Inc., a electric vehicle (EV) charging solution provider, announced that it has been acquired by Schneider Electric, a provider of energy management solutions. The acquisition will enable EV Connect to accelerate its growth and further assist fleets in making the zero-emission transition, the company said. 

Along with the current management team, CEO and founder Jordan Ramer will continue to lead EV Connect’s operations as a distinct subsidiary, with continued focus on customer service and the company’s overall mission. 

“At Schneider Electric, we believe that electric and digital are the recipe for a more sustainable and more resilient world,” said Nadege Petit, chief innovation officer at Schneider Electric. “EV Connect has a very similar vision. We look forward to working together to accelerate the EV revolution.”

"We are thrilled to partner with Schneider Electric," said Jordan Ramer, CEO and founder at EV Connect. "They not only support our strategic goals, but fully embrace the value of electricity as a transportation fuel managed by a robust and feature-rich networked EV charging platform. With Schneider, we are positioned to strengthen our presence in the EV market, and we look forward to the journey as we open a new chapter for EV Connect."

Originally posted on Fleet Forward

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