Blink charging does not rest on its laurels!

Blink Charging supplies charging infrastructure for Hoppin point P+R Massenhoven

Blink Charging, a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions, has marked a significant stride towards sustainable transportation with the installation of advanced charging infrastructure at the P+R Massenhoven along the E313. The newly completed carpool parking facility now features two high-powered ‘fast’ chargers, boasting a maximum capacity of 300 kW each, alongside two ‘slow’ chargers with a maximum power of 22 kW. This strategic initiative not only enhances the accessibility of the carpool parking area but also transforms it into a comprehensive Hoppin point, facilitating seamless transitions between various modes of transportation.


7 DecemberBlink Charging installed a fast charger and a slow charger at the P+R Massenhoven along the E313, together accounting for four charging points. The two ‘fast’ charging points have a maximum power of 300 kW, and the two ‘slow’ ones have a maximum power of 22 kW.



The new carpool parking along the E313 has been in use for some time, but has now been fully completed. Thanks in part to the four charging points, the carpool parking has grown into a fully-fledged Hoppin point – a place where you can easily switch to another means of transport, for example from car to public transport, or from (shared) bicycle to car.


In addition to Blink Charging’s four charging points, the Flemish Agency for Roads and Traffic (AWV) had the De Lijn bus stops made more accessible. Lantis also installed an extra bicycle shed, including a hub for shared bicycles.





“We are proud that with our EV charging solutions we are part of this step towards a greener future where people travel more efficiently and sustainably,” says Olivier Van Schap, managing director of Blink Charging Belgium.


Over January, Blink Charging will install a few more chargers at other AWV carpool car parks. There will be two fast chargers with a maximum capacity of 300 kW and one slow charger of 22 kW at the Oudenburg car park. At the Herentals-West car park, there is one 150 kW fast charger, with two charging points.



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Blink Charging Co. (Nasdaq: BLNK), a global leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment, has contracted, sold, or deployed nearly 78,000 charging ports worldwide, many of which are networked EV charging stations, enabling EV drivers to easily charge at any of Blink’s charging locations. Blink’s principal line of products and services includes the Blink EV charging network (“Blink Network”), EV charging equipment, EV charging services, and the products and services of recent acquisitions, including SemaConnect, Blue Corner, BlueLA and Envoy.

The Blink Network uses proprietary, cloud-based software that operates, maintains, and tracks the EV charging stations connected to the network and the associated charging data. With global EV purchases forecasted to half of passenger cars sold in the US by 2030, Blink has established key strategic partnerships for rolling out adoption across numerous location types, including parking facilities, multifamily residences and condos, workplace locations, health care/medical facilities, schools and universities, airports, auto dealers, hotels, mixed-use municipal locations, parks and recreation areas, religious institutions, restaurants, retailers, stadiums, supermarkets, and transportation hubs.

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