In addition to providing private office space for EO staff, the company can now leverage conference rooms and other common areas within the tower. The office will serve as a central meeting place for staff along the East Coast and throughout the Midwest.
"The North American fleet electrification opportunities are unprecedented across transit, school bus, and commercial fleets," said John Walsh, chief commercial officer of EO Charging, in a recent news release. "Greenville is a growing hub for the electrification industry; it will be an exemplary place to bring customers and prospects and is home to significant talent."
The EO team is increasing uptime for fleets by pairing Level 2 and Level 3 EV charging stations, charging management software, and a full-time technical operations center with maintenance services.
"It is an exciting time at EO as we expand our team globally. Already working with some of the world's biggest and most well-known brands, we see a huge opportunity to support van, bus, and truck fleets on the road to electrification in North America. Opening our HQ marks the progress made in the US and we are delighted our talented team has a space to collaborate and grow EO," said CEO Charlie Jardine.
Originally posted on School Bus Fleet