Increase in Electric Vehicle Sales Strengthens EV Infrastructure Plans


GOe3 revs up coast-to-coast charging network plans in response to increasing EV sales

MESA, Ariz. (July 19, 2013) – With electric vehicles continuing to show progressive sales in the US, Arizona-based company GOe3 is heeding the mandate for better EV infrastructure to support increased intercity, interstate, and cross-country mobility.

AZ-based GOe3 plans coast-to-coast EV HighwayAccording to Bloomberg data, in the first half of 2013, the electric vehicle market has grown faster in the US than pickup trucks. Posted sales in June alone represent about 8,000 electric vehicles, with Chevy Spark, Nissan Leaf, and Tesla leading the pack.

With plans to create a coast-to-coast EV highway, GOe3’s Level 3/2 fast charge stations aim to increase range confidence for EV owners looking to travel longer distances. Favoring a cooperative approach, GOe3’s universal technology aims to serve all EV makes/models, helping to make electric vehicle adoption a viable option for more Americans.

ABOUT GOe3

GOe3 is changing popular perceptions about renewable energy by demonstrating to America the viability of electric vehicles. Its proprietary EV Fast Charge Station design is providing coast-to-coast infrastructure needed to support increased “range confidence”. Its unique multi-faceted business plan monetizes EV charging, creating a sustainable network of stations to support exponential growth. To learn more about GOe3’s fast charge stations and business loyalty program, as well as its docudrama, National EV Road Rally, and reality TV show currently in development, please email info@goe3.com.

Media Contact:
Ashley Torresala
619-796-6698
Ashley@propelcommunications.com

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