EdgeEnergy, an innovative energy conversion technology startup that is making EV charging more accessible, hosted Rep. Greg Landsman (OH-1) to discuss infrastructure and the future of EV charging. EdgeEnergy develops and produces phase converter technology that enables DC fast chargers to be installed on single-phase power infrastructure. Their technology is compatible with any charger or network, eliminating the need for three-phase power improvements in desolate locations. With their research and development center situated in Cincinnati, OH, Rep. Landman’s district, Landsman met with the Edge team to hear more about their objective to decrease barriers to electric vehicle charging, including the company’s plans to expand their manufacturing capacity in Ohio.
Edge’s technological development caught the interest of Rep. Landsman, who is enthusiastic about how it can facilitate a more seamless transition from gas to electric vehicles. Landsman has a strong commitment to the transition to green energy and is collaborating with Edge to move ahead on a variety of policy issues, including the filling of gap sites that the NEVI pricing regulations failed to account for. Landsman mentioned EdgeEnergy to Presidential Advisor Mitch Landreiu as a cutting-edge technology company in his district.
More about Congressman Landsman’s visit to EdgeEnergy can be found here: https://www.edgeenergyev.com/post/press-release-edgeenergy-hosts-congressman-landsman-to-discuss-ev-charging-infrastructure