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  1. Ecotality Bankruptcy Notice

    Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    I just received an email from "Darlene S. Calderon" <[email protected]> with an attached PDF legal document saying, in short, Ecotality is finally bankrupt, and I think, that we're likely to lose any warranty on our Blink chargers. I've attempted to attach a copy of the PDF. I sure hope...
  2. Blink Card Holders Can Use Chargepoint Chargers (& vice-versa)

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Blink Card Holders Can Use Chargepoint Chargers (& vice-versa) Pat Romano, the CEO of ChargePoint, uses the analogy of ATM machines... "If you have a Bank of America card, you can still get cash out of a Wells Fargo ATM machine," said Romano. "This is the same thing." (read more...)
  3. Not Blinking

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Came home after a two week absence only to find my blinking green light in the Volt not flashing. Immediately I looked at my charger and it was in this strange cycle of the star up screen coming on then the screen that says hold on while we set things up. Unplugged the Blink unit and thought...
  4. Hollywood Hotel - The Hotel of Hollywood has Blink Electric Vehicle Chargers

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    Hollywood Hotel – The Hotel of Hollywood® partnered with ECOtality, Inc. (NASDAQ:ECTY), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, and installed three (3) Blink® electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Hollywood Hotel® parking lot in Hollywood, California...
  5. To Blink or Not

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I know this topic has been covered in different ways in different threads and I apologize in advance if it covers well-worn territory. Trying to decide on whether to proceed with the installation of a blink system (220 power) thru SPX. Actually I think their quote is pretty reasonable - $800...
  6. Experience with almost "free" Blink station install under DoE/SPX/Ecotality program

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Experience with almost "free" Blink station install under DoE/SPX/Ecotality program After a two months journey, we finally had the almost "free" Blink charge station installed through the SPX/Ecotality/DoE program. Our total out of pocket cost was $150, down from $600 of the original quote...
  7. Coulomb Technologies and ECOtality ranked top charging equipment suppliers

    Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Competitors
    A recent report by Pike Research has identified two front runners in the still-only budding electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) industry. The Colorado-based clean-tech research company said for now it is Coulomb Technologies and ECOtality based on their strategy and execution. “The...