SANTA MONICA, CALIF — In-Charge Energy, an eMobility company offering turnkey commercial EV infrastructure solutions, has moved to an expansive new office in Santa Monica, Calif. Our new HQ offers more electrical capacity for the company’s research and development, was designed by In-Charge Energy CEO and Co-Founder Cameron Funk.
“We needed space to accommodate our explosive growth over the past year,” Funk said. “I am pleased to have built something welcoming for our employees and wanted to create a space that makes them happy to spend time here.”
Located at 1433 Fifth Street in Santa Monica, the In-Charge Energy headquarters is in the proverbial driver’s seat of green innovation. The city recently launched the world’s first zero-emissions delivery zone in the very neighborhood of this office. Additionally, Santa Monica recently approved the largest urban Tesla Supercharger site and has public fast charging options in development from EVgo.
In-Charge operates its own incubator to test new charging hardware for fleets including multiple AC chargers and fast DC charging.
The new office features multiple communal work spaces. Here, team members can enjoy a hot coffee in the morning or a cold beer for the occasional late night that start-up work requires.
To comply with social distancing regulations, team members are currently work on a rotating schedule if they choose to come into the office. These clear-walled cubicles offer protection while still allowing for socializing and great natural light.
For more information about In-Charge Energy, please visit: www.inchargeus.com
About In-Charge Energy
In-Charge Energy is accelerating the electrification of the transportation industry. Founded by EV industry veterans Cameron Funk and Terry O’Day, In-Charge is dedicated to the pursuit of large-scale emissions reduction by providing end-to-end, turnkey solutions for commercial EV infrastructure projects.
With headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., and offices in the Bay Area, Michigan, and Virginia, our passionate team serves fleet partners in the US, Canada, and Mexico, including electric vehicle manufacturers, ride-share operators, school districts, municipalities and facilities owners.