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Whitmer announces EV charging network investment

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State officials are announcing a 3-million-dollar investment from Canada-based company “FLO” into a facility in Auburn Hills.

One of the largest operators of charging networks for electric vehicles in North America is bringing a manufacturing operation to the Great Lakes State.

State officials are announcing a 3-million-dollar investment from Canada-based company “FLO” into a facility in Auburn Hills.

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer describes it as a “victory” for the state’s mobility future.

“So this transition to electric represents an incredible opportunity for Michigan. From the iconic big three to countless parts supplier and the original equipment manufacturers, we will create jobs and prosperities for Michigan families for generations to come.”

The Auburn Hills plant aims to build 250-thousand E-V chargers by 20-28.

It will be FLO’s first U-S-based manufacturing facility.

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