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January 23, 2024

InCharge Energy Selected by Mack Trucks as Full-Service EV Infrastructure Partner for New Turnkey Charging Solutions Program

SANTA MONICA, CALIF. (January 23, 2024) – InCharge Energy, the leading fleet electrification services solution provider, has been named a full-service partner in the expansion of Mack Truck’s comprehensive Turnkey Solutions program for Mack battery-electric vehicle (BEV) customers. The Turnkey Solutions program offers a holistic fleet management process to streamline solutions for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure development.

“We look forward to powering the MD Electric and Mack LR Electric vehicles for Mack Certified EV dealers’ fleet customers,” said Steve Kelley, Chief Commercial Officer of InCharge Energy. “With our innovative hardware offerings, industry-leading charge management software platform to maximize vehicle uptime and minimize charging costs, and experienced in-house service technicians at the ready to ensure smooth operations, our partnership with Mack ensures that the expanding population of electrified fleets will have guaranteed availability, for the most seamless transition to more sustainable transportation.”

InCharge Energy is a vertically integrated charging solutions provider with a robust dedicated Service team to manage every aspect of a fleet’s EV charging infrastructure, guaranteeing quicker deployment and greater uptime and reliability compared to other providers. With an unparalleled breadth and depth of experience throughout the organization, InCharge provides premium hardware options and fleet-focused InControl charge management software that offers fleet customers, like Mack Trucks, an incredibly valuable one-stop shop for EV charging – both at the time of initial electrification and as an ongoing partner, offering scalable solutions to support future EV fleet expansion. In addition to its industry-leading hardware and software, InCharge has extensive experience executing large-scale electrification projects for fleets deploying the Mack MD Electric and LR Electric trucks.

“Mack Trucks remains focused on simplifying the transition to BEV for our customers to help increase the adoption rate of e-mobility solutions,” said Jonathan Randall, president of Mack Trucks North America. “Partnering with InCharge as part of the Turnkey Solutions program will help customers to more easily manage the development and installation of infrastructure for the Mack MD Electric and Mack LR Electric vehicles.”

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About InCharge Energy 

InCharge Energy is simplifying transportation electrification in North America. Our end-to-end, turnkey EV infrastructure solutions equip fleets with everything they need to seamlessly electrify their operations. The company’s wide range of reliable and tested EV charging hardware is complemented by innovative offerings that are unique to InCharge, including industry leading InControl™ charge management software, which optimizes vehicle uptime and reduces costs for fleets across all 50 states and every province. InCharge also provides rapid service response through its continent-wide team of trained, in-house service technicians, plus financing options such as InCharge as a Service – for worry-free charging at a predictable, lower monthly cost, as well as grant and funding support. Headquartered in the world’s first zero-emissions delivery zone in Santa Monica, Calif., and supported by ABB E-Mobility, its majority stakeholder, InCharge has office locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Michigan, Virginia, and Quebec.

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