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TechFlow’s Pioneering Innovation Shapes the Future of EV Charging for the U.S. Military

TechFlow President and COO Mark Carter and VP of Energy and Mobility Solutions Michael Genseal (both pictured far left) join leadership and personnel at a U.S. Army Reserve installation to cut a ribbon to commemorate the installation of seven EV dual-port charging stations. Author’s Note: Since our article’s submission to America’s Engineers 2023, TechFlow has …

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TechFlow Receives DIU Success Memorandum for a Pioneering Self-Sustaining EV Charging Infrastructure Solution 

The success memo paves the way for immediate installation at over 800 U.S. facilities. San Diego, CA, November 14, 2023 – TechFlow, a 100% employee-owned forward-thinking energy, mobility, logistics, and digital solutions company, today announced it has received a success memorandum from the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) for its self-sustaining electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure solution. …

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The DoD’s Secret Weapon Against Climate Change? EVs!

By Natalie Conte, TechFlow Marketing and Communications Intern With over 400 wildfires ablaze in Canada, the global climate change debate has reignited.  Recently, North American weather patterns funneled smoke from the fires southward, which shrouded much of the eastern U.S. in a dense haze. Consequently, many outdoor activities were canceled, and vulnerable populations were cautioned …

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TechFlow Awarded Contract to Procure and Deliver Electric Vehicle Charging Facilities for U.S. Army Installation Management Command Installations

NEWS—TechFlow, a forward-thinking energy, platform, logistics, and digital solutions company announced that the United States Corps of Engineers (USACE) awarded them the Procure and Deliver Electric Vehicle Charging Facilities (EVCF) for U.S. Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Installations contract. This single-award stand-alone firm fixed price contract has a value of $30.4 million. Work will be performed at 50 CONUS and OCONUS (Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico) Installation Sites.