This EV Charging Stock Could Pop When It Joins the Russell 2000

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Blink Charging (BLNK) is an electric vehicle (EV) charging station company headquartered in Miami Beach, Florida. 

The company has more than 23,000 charging stations around the world, including regions such as North America, Europe, and the Middle East. And the firm recently noted it would launch even more in the state of New Jersey. 

In fact, BLNK announced it would partner with AtlantiCare Integrated Healthcare System, the biggest healthcare agency in Southern New Jersey, to deploy IQ 200 EV charging stations at each of the firm’s facilities over the next five years – with the option of two five-year extensions. 

This will bring BLNK’s total charging stations in the state to 81 across 26 locations that also present the option for even more at six additional facilities. 

But beyond its deal with the Garden State, BLNK also recently acquired Blue Corner for $24 million. Blue Corner is a European EV charging operator with over 7,071 charging stations across Europe. 

This means BLNK not only has a solid foothold in the global charging station infrastructure space, it's also continuing to make strategic decisions to expand its presence… So, as the world moves closer to net-zero emissions by 2050, BLNK could see solid profits and margins over the long term.

All of this is why the stock is set to join the Russell 2000 on Monday, June 28 – which could give a boost to the stock over the long run.

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