Fast-Growing Startup Partners with Ohio’s Oldest Business (Cincinnati Business Courier)

Ohio’s longest operating business has a fresh new addition, thanks to a rapidly growing startup.

The Golden Lamb Restaurant and Hotel in Lebanon is the latest location to install an electric vehicle charging station courtesy of Cincinnati-based startup Electrada, one of Cincy Inno‘s Startups to Watch in 2021.

It joins Findlay Market and the Cincinnati Art Museum as some of the company’s inaugural installation locations.

“The opportunity to provide EV charging for the Golden Lamb patrons aligns very well with our regional objective to deploy charging infrastructure across multiple segments, from fleet conversions, to apartment communities to workplaces,” CEO Kevin Kushman told Cincy Inno in a statement. 

“In 2021, Electrada expects to surpass 300 locations enabled through our turnkey solution, with the overarching goal to reach 3,000 charging ports across the Midwest by 2025.”

Electrada, which launched in April, invests and operates electric vehicle charging stations developed by FLO | AddEnergie. Drivers interested in using the stations can do so through the FLO app.