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Charlotte Business Journal: Charlotte electric vehicle-charging startup Koulomb rolls out expansion plans, starting with Matthews

Charlotte Business Journal: Charlotte electric vehicle-charging startup Koulomb rolls out expansion plans, starting with Matthews

Charlotte startup Koulomb LLC expects to open four commercial charging stations for electric vehicles by the end of this year. It’ll open its first in Matthews this fall, with up to 25 stations operating in 2023.

Co-founder Jeffrey Constantineau, a former managing director at Sunlight Financial Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SUNL), says the Matthews station will include a 50-kilowatt solar canopy and battery technology to include renewable energy at the site. The solar canopy will be installed by Pure Power Contractors Inc., owned by Koulomb’s other co-founder, Justin Taylor.

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