“You don’t have to use a card or anything to activate it.
Just drive right up, plug it in, and it’s ready to go. It’s easy and quick.”
- John Cranshaw, Fiat Owner
Just as advertisers built the first bus shelters for cities in the 1960s, Volta partners with brands to build things that our communities need.
But not just anything. We exist to move the future forward faster.
Our vision is to build free electric car charging networks to improve our cities and shape the future of transportation.
Powering Up the Shopping Center
The Registry: Bay Area Real Estate
Volta Industries may soon bring its free-to-use charging stations for electric cars to a mall near you. In January the startup moved its headquarters to San Francisco from Hawaii, where it launched in 2010 and now operates 22 charging stations at shopping centers and other locations on the island of Oahu.
Macy’s Reveals 2015 Sustainability Initiatives
Retail Solutions Online
Macy’s, one of the nation’s premier retailers, announced the company’s sustainability initiatives to take place over the next year, including installation of more vehicle charging stations, continued implementation of LED and solar lighting, increasing the issuance of digital receipts, and incorporating recycled products to further reduce packaging materials.
Volta Industries gets charged up by Epic Ventures and Blue Startups
Pacific Business News
Utah-based Epic Ventures and Honolulu-based Blue Startups said Thursday that they have invested an undisclosed amount in Volta Industries, a Honolulu firm that provides free advertising-supported electric-vehicle charging stations, to launch a station-finder mobile application and accelerate expansion of its charging network throughout North America.
Volta’s innovation helps it score big with investors
Pacific Business News
By the end of the year, Volta Industries expects to have installed as many as 150 of its free-to-use, advertising-supported electric-vehicle charging stations here in Hawaii and on the Mainland in states such as California and Arizona.
Community Minute: National Plug In Day
KITV This Morning
Electric cars are gaining in popularity, and this weekend there will be two events on the Big Island celebrating National Plug In Day.To tell us more in today's community minute is Arden Penton from Volta Industries.
Local Community Groups Can Make Their Voices Heard
Hawaii News Now
Volta Industries today announced the return of its corporate giving program, Awareness Powered by Volta, a community service outreach program specifically designed to help non-profit and community groups with building awareness by providing them free advertising space worth thousands of dollars on Volta's electric vehicle (EV) charging station kiosks.