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EdgeEnergy Expands Manufacturing Adds Offices

CINCINNATI, Ohio—January 18, 2024— EdgeEnergy, a pioneering energy conversion technology company offering faster, more cost efficient and higher performing solutions to install ultra-fast EV (Electric Vehicles) charging stations without three-phase power, announced that following a successful capital raise they will be expanding operations and moving their corporate headquarters to downtown Cincinnati.


“We are excited to be moving into the next phase of growth for EdgeEnergy,” said CEO Shaun Shuler. “The lack of sufficient infrastructure continues to be a roadblock for the deployment of EV charging stations across the country. EdgeEnergy is meeting this challenge head on with a solution that helps our customers install chargers more efficiently than relying on traditional power solutions.”


EdgeEnergy recently closed a six million dollar capital raise. These funds, along with sales from their innovative technology, have funded the expansion of their manufacturing capacity with Anna, Ohio based Panel Control Inc., and Hamilton, Ohio based Dirana Hybrid. They have also relocated their corporate office to Union Hall in Over-the-Rhine and added a sales and operations office in Covington, Kentucky.


“The Greater Cincinnati region is a great place to grow a business,” said Shuler. “We are proud to be a Cincinnati business that is creating solutions for real world problems and driving the transition to EVs and green technologies from right here in our hometown.”


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About EdgeEnergy

Founded in 2020, EdgeEnergy designs and manufactures proprietary phase conversion hardware the allows for the installation of DC fast chargers on single-phase power infrastructure. Their technology works with any charger or network, eliminates the need for three-phase power upgrades in many locations, and allows for faster and lower cost installation of ultra-fast EV charging infrastructure.

 

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