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Friday, September 06, 2013

Portland-based EV charging company OpConnect landed new investments and loans to grow the company's presence in Hawaii.

The windfall, though, will add jobs at its headquarters in Oregon and help Hawaii meet its green goals.

The infusion of capital comes less than a year after OpConnect launched its innovative smartphone payment technology, freeing EV drivers from the FOB key and allowing quick payments through a smart phone app or OpConnect's charging station touchscreens.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

 

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