Setting the Stage

Already the nation’s major metros are feeling pressure from the growing number of electric car buyers who don’t have regular access to charging stations, whether in public or at home, and are responding in kind by widely adopting new charging solutions in their respective metro areas. All of that inertia around EV charging has resulted in more confidence in electric vehicle drivers, and in prospective electric-vehicle consumers to buy more electric vehicles and perpetuate further market demand for EVs – a market estimated to be worth $2 Trillion Annually by 2030.

The current trend line points to 2025, when electrics will make up 15% of new car sales in California, 9% in those other states, and 1.4% everywhere else. The report projects that Los Angeles will need 35,000 new charging stations – about seven times the number it had in 2019. New York might need to add 35% more chargers every year; Boston, 27%; Portland, Oregon, 23%; and Washington, DC, 20%.

The US will need 82,000 more charging stations at workplaces, 103,000 public stations of 208-volt to 240-volt Level 2 chargers and 10,000 direct current fast charging stations by 2025 to meet anticipated electric vehicle growth in those same metro areas, and/or 4.3 times the number of public charge points that existed at the close of 2018.


100% green energy with Freschfield’s HALO EV Charging Technology

Freschfield’s HALO EV Charging Stations will meet new green energy demands and work to combat climate change, by providing a cutting edge green sustainable EV energy platform that is modular, Vehicle to Grid “V2G”, Hydrogen and AI capable, and Ultra Fast Charging, thereby, meeting strong and sustained American e-Mobility growth coast to coast up through to 2030 and beyond.

The artful alignment of HALO EV Charging Stations with current green energy demand is visionary, meeting the Company’s long-term mission of greater e-Mobility freedom through the establishment of Zero Carbon Networks. HALO is powering profitability for both stakeholders and shareholders alike well into a zero carbon future.


HALO EV Charging Stations
Powering American e-Mobility Coast to Coast


Freschfield’s leading Quantum Energy Technology valued by Morgan Stanley at US $1.3 B – provides for first mover advantage in the area of Intelligent e-Mobility worth US $2 T by 2030, with press accounts touting 2020 as the “The Year of the EV”.

Freschfield has determined that Electric Vehicles will grow 54% in 2020 to 74% worldwide by 2030 – underscoring the Importance of Green Energy Infrastructure and the current lack thereof. Freschfield’s commercial relationship with Parkway Corporation of Philadelphia leads the way in Smart Charging and Transit, building out the Smart Cities corridors with an estimated market value to be worth US $4 T annually by 2025.

Freschfield’s major powerhouse commercial partnership and customer relationship with Rice University worth US $1 B in semiconductor technology, combined with 2020 commercial deals with Southern Scottish Energy “SSE” of the United Kingdom and Ireland, and Parkway Corporation of Philadelphia USA, position the company for explosive growth in 2020 with orders pegged at over US $300 M.

Freschfield’s Future Proof Technology – 100% Guaranteed Green Energy Solution combined with Interactive EV Platform for Optimum Customer Experience “HALO App”, with High End-Modular Design, Vehicle to Grid (V2G) power option, and Hydrogen capable application, Entire EV platform is tracked in real time with advanced Distributed Hyper-Ledger technology that can manage optimum captive customer relationships for both payments and mobile advertising with respective growth estimated at 21,775 percent over the next 10 years, worth US $70 B annually.



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