Magazine Names Top 10 EV Charging Services Providers

D&H United Fueling leads Energy Tech Review’s list
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Energy Tech Review magazine released its list of what it calls the Top 10 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Services Providers for 2023. Topping the list is D&H United Fueling Solutions, a provider of maintenance, testing and inspection services for fueling stations, electric-vehicle charging and automotive infrastructure.

We are proud of our EV Charging Division and have grown our EV charging business tremendously in the past year, said Bo Sasnett, co-chairman at D&H United, Humble, Texas. Our comprehensive approach to providing EV charging infrastructure has positioned us as a reliable partner to service the needs of our clients.

Citing a report by Allied Market Research, Energy Tech Review said the global EV charger market size was about $7.2 billion in 2022 and will grow to more than $91.0 billion in the next 10 years.

The publication's complete list includes:

  • D&H United Fueling Solutions, Humble, Texas
  • EVinMotion, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Blink Charging, Miami Beach, Florida
  • Carbon Solutions Group, Chicago
  • Gulfstar Electric, Clearwater, Florida
  • Income Power, Waterford, Michigan
  • Integra Energy, Latham, New York
  • Monterra, San Francisco
  • Myarc Charging Solutions, Livonia, Michigan
  • PxT Infrastructure Solutions, Paramus, New Jersey

Energy Tech Review Magazine is a print and online publication that provides technology news, articles and insights on the latest in the energy marketplace. This is D&H Uniteds first appearance on the list.

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