LAS VEGAS—Mike Battaglia, SVP of sales and business development of Blink Charging, led a microlearning session at ICSC’s national Las Vegas conference about EV charging, but tells exclusively that shopping centers and other retail real estate can play a central role in the expansion of accessible and reliable public EV charging. 

We caught up with Battaglia prior to the session, where he noted that “With millions of EVs slated to come online in the years ahead, the demand for EV charging will increase sharply. The most efficient time for EVs to charge is when they are sitting idle for extended periods of time, such as overnight or in public venues like shopping centers, malls and more.”

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