Hypercharge Networks Corp., a smart electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions provider based in North Vancouver, has just listed on the NEO Exchange this week. After launching its EV charging solutions in April of this year, it has already sold over 600 new charging ports at 102 sites across North America and built a pipeline of projects worth north of $9 million in potential opportunities.
Focusing on expanding EV charging capabilities of multi-family residential buildings, the Company’s next steps are to continue to expand its foothold across Canada while working closely with partners to continue its expansion into the U.S. market.
“Hypercharge’s public listing on the NEO exchange is a concrete example of the growing momentum to transition to EVs; investors want to participate in this growth industry, and these investors are the same consumers who are shopping on the lot,” said David Bibby, CEO, and Co-Founder of Hypercharge.
“There is a clear and growing trend towards the broad adoption of EVs in both the consumer and commercial auto markets,” said Bibby. “Developing the infrastructure to support this growth is crucial for the success of widespread EV adoption. By installing EV chargers on their lot, dealerships can always have fully charged demo vehicles, enabling customers to see for themselves how charging works and relieve any potential EV anxieties.”
Hypercharge offers a unique turnkey combination of industry-leading hardware, software, and services, sold directly and through a growing partner channel of installers and service providers. Hypercharge provides its customers with simple, reliable EV charging solutions that grow their revenue and accelerate the shift toward a carbon-neutral economy.
“Today’s listing on the NEO Exchange is an exciting milestone for the Company,” said Bibby. “We are the first Canadian-founded EV charging company to go public, and we are excited to invite investors to participate in the growth of Hypercharge and the growth of the carbon-neutral economy in Canada, the U.S., and beyond.”