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The Last Word: LG’s Alec Jang on Empowering Clean Energy and Local Jobs with New EV Charger Facility in Fort Worth

by | Jan 16, 2024
LG’s new 100,000-square-foot Fort Worth plant will have an annual capacity of 12,000 units, while operating with “100% green power,” the company said, adding that it will bring “dozens of new tech jobs” to North Texas—reinforcing LG’s commitment to the region as an innovation and manufacturing hub of the future.
All Charged Up: LG Opens Its First U.S. EV Charger Factory in Fort Worth
by | Jan 12, 2024
LG's 100,000-SF Fort Worth plant will begin assembling Level 2 EV chargers this month, with Level 3 chargers following this spring and ultra-fast chargers rolling out later this year. Fort Worth Chamber CEO Steve Montgomery called the opening "a prime example of our city’s commitment to innovation and cutting-edge technology."
South Korean Co. Opens New EV Charger Manufacturing Facility in Plano, Its First in U.S.
by | Jun 7, 2023
At full capacity, South Korea-based SK Signet's first U.S. plant will be able to produce more than 10,000 ultra-fast chargers per year. The facility is expected to create up to 183 jobs by 2026. See what else will happen at the plant—and how it could impact EV drivers in DFW and across the country.
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Dallas’ Amperage Capital Launches to Create Assigned EV Parking Spots for U.S. Apartment Residents
by | Jan 17, 2023
Backed "by a number of large Dallas family offices," the infrastructure investor and operator will focus on supporting residential electric vehicle charging solutions in apartment communities. "We believe that apartment residents should have access to designated home charging spaces, rather than relying on shared charging stations" says CEO Farrukh Malik.

Plano-Based Universal EV Chargers Gets Nearly $10M in Federal Grants for Hotel EV Charging Expansion

by | Sep 21, 2022
Plano-based Universal EV Chargers is laser-focused on getting its charging systems outside hotels nationwide. Now, with nearly $10M in federal grants as a result of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, it's aiming to secure business with brands like IHG, Wyndham, Marriott, and Hilton.