Electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment provider Blink Charging has received an order to supply 50 charging stations from InterEnergy Group for expanding its Evergo network into Panama.

As per the agreement, Blink will be supplying 35 of its IQ 200 Level 2 AC EV charging stations, which will be deployed in Panama along with 15 of its distributed DC Fast chargers.

Blink Charging founder and CEO Michael D Farkas said: “InterEnergy is pioneering EV charging in the Dominican Republic through its Evergo network, and Blink Charging looks forward to supporting InterEnergy’s growing hardware needs as it continues its expansion into other countries in the region.

“We have made a conscious effort to ensure our hardware is suited and capable of meeting the demands of the Latin American electrical grid, and look forward to continuing our work side-by-side with InterEnergy as it seeks to expand the Evergo network footprint across the region.”

Blink said that the project will see the installation of nearly 200 new EV charging stations in the Panama region operating on InterEnergy’s Evergo network by the end of this year.

Evergo is said to have established its presence in the Dominican Republic with the deployment of more than 200 EV charging stations.

InterEnergy aims to install 300 more EV charging stations throughout the year to reach a total of 500.

Last August, Blink Charging received a follow-on order worth $1m from InterEnergy for 150 EV charging stations, including its IQ 200 and direct-current fast charger (DCFC) units, to be deployed in the Dominican Republic.

The company had previously secured $1.2m to provide 200 charging stations to InterEnergy.