EVs are everywhere.  Infrastructure is booming.  Find highlights here.
  • July 09, 2021

When President Biden announced a historic $2.2 trillion American Jobs Plan earlier this year, the electric vehicle (EV) market found itself at the forefront of a massive $174 billion investment proposal that will undoubtedly boost an already fast-changing auto industry, create jobs in the EV charger market and make a much-needed investment in the electrical grid. Needing to revamp and modernize America’s infrastructure, the plan prioritizes the expansion and further development of charging stations nationwide with a goal of over 500,000 installed by the end of the decade.

Bold and forward-thinking, the initiative could very well signal a watershed moment for the reduction of gas emissions as well as position and accelerate the rate of EV growth for years to come. In alignment with the burgeoning industry’s current goals, the plan is to “replace over 50,000 diesel transit vehicles and electrify at least 20 percent of the school bus fleet, whilst utilizing the vast tools of federal procurement to electrify the federal fleet, including the United States Postal Service.” 

  • July 01, 2021

“JuiceBar has a dual mission: to address climate change and to support advanced manufacturing in the US.  As the only EV charging station company that is both made and assembled in the USA, JuiceBar is leading the evolution to electric vehicles in the United States while also contributing to the building of the American economy,” said Paul Vosper, President & CEO of JuiceBar. Manufacturing and assembling our charging stations stateside allows us not only to provide more jobs locally but also have direct control over our supply chain and manufacturing process.”

  • June 22, 2021

The company will offer test drives of its ultra-efficient electric vehicles alongside Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) leader TESIAC, and in cooperation with “Best in Class” EV charging platforms Beam and JuiceBar, to demonstrate future-proof, smart city, shared mobility fleet options for public and private sectors.

  • June 08, 2021

By way of introduction, I am the CEO of a Connecticut-based business that manufactures commercial-grade chargers for electric vehicles (EVs). We are the only company whose chargers are Made in America. And we make them here in Oxford, Connecticut.

The global transition to EV’s is no longer an if, but how quickly. This transition is happening faster than anyone expected. Its impacts will be felt across the economy and by every American


  • May 18, 2021

JuiceBar, a leading manufacturer of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the United States, is pleased to announce its newest partner, NetZero Microgrid Solutions (NZM Solutions).  NZM Solutions is committed to sustainability in the transportation sector.  NZM Solutions’ enables turnkey electrification strategies to support critical infrastructure needs for commercial real estate, fleet operators and transportation companies.

  • May 11, 2021

2021 will be a significant year for the development of electric vehicles (EVs).  Despite the predictions supporting EVs as the future of the automotive industry, businesses and public spaces are ill-prepared with the infrastructure to support the boom.   Paul Vosper, President and CEO of JuiceBar shares with Forbes the Top Five Critical Features When Selecting A Commercial EV Charger.


  • May 06, 2021

Paul Vosper, President and CEO of Juicebar discusses the growing demand for EVs and the importance of building a sustainable EV charging infrastrure.

  • February 22, 2021

  • May 11, 2021

NORWALK, Conn.May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Furthering its dedication to sustainability, JuiceBar, the U.S. based leading manufacturer of electric vehicle (EV) chargers, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with UFODRIVE, the first all-digital, all-electric car rental company. The partnership is focused on bringing significant benefits and cost savings to the fast-growing electric vehicle fleet performance.

  • February 09, 2021