EOS Linx continues strong relationship with NeoVolta Energy Storage System for Superior Power Management Technology and Battery Chemistry

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – EOS Linx (EOS), a leading provider of solar-supported electric vehicle charging stations with digital advertising displays (EOS Charge Stations), has chosen NeoVolta Inc. as its battery supplier for its smart, network-connected solutions. Through this partnership, NeoVolta will provide customized, advanced energy storage systems for EOS Charge stations, contributing to EOS Linx’s mission of supporting community-wide electrification programs and expanding the country’s EV infrastructure.

Each EOS Charge Station provides a minimum of two chargers and is equipped with a 55- or 75-inch digital advertising display as well as a NeoVolta Energy Storage System. Installations are already underway in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and Texas, with deployments in additional states set to begin before the end of 2022.

“We chose to expand our relationship with NeoVolta for several reasons: reliability, safety, and long battery life,” says EOS Linx CEO Blake Snider. “We are thrilled to reinforce our partnership with NeoVolta as we set out to revolutionize EV charging for American drivers.”

The NeoVolta systems provide high storage capacity and power output, along with high-cycle battery life. Engineered with a lithium iron phosphate battery chemistry, these systems are a safe, non-flammable alternative to ordinary lithium-ion batteries. In 2022, NeoVolta was recognized by Solar Power World’s Top Solar Storage Products for the third year in a row.

“For our EV Charging network to be safe, we need to focus on intelligent power management and building a resilient platform that still works when the lights are out.” says EOS Linx COO Alex McGhee. “NeoVolta provides both intelligent power storage as well as the data we need to continuously improve our overall solution.”

“We are very proud to be the battery provider for the expanding network of EOS Charge Stations,” says Brent Willson, CEO of NeoVolta Inc. “Our supply chain and production facility are ready for the increased demand.”

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