IKEA Installs Four EV Charging Stations in Atlanta

by Nate Hunter

Atlanta — The initiative is the 11th project of its kind in the U.S. for the company.

Atlanta — IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, has installed four Blink® electric vehicle charging stations at it’s 366,000-square-foot Atlanta store. The new charging stations are part of the company’s partnership with Car Charging Group Inc., the new owner of the Blink Network with more than 13,340 charging points in 35 states.

The initiative represents the 11th U.S. project for IKEA. Following the installation of units the company has planned, there will be 55 Blink charging stations available at IKEA locations.

“Our mission is to create a better everyday life for the many people and to help everyone live more sustainable lives. At IKEA Atlanta, we just added to this effort with these electric-vehicle charging stations,” says Jim Anastos, IKEA Atlanta store manager. “We appreciate the support of CarCharging and Georgia Power in making this opportunity available to members of the community.” 















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