The company has expanded its energy delivery platform operations to 13 major markets in the United States.
Technology-driven mobile energy delivery company Booster has announced its expansion in the United States. The company recently launched in three new markets: Portland, Oregon; Philadelphia; and Boston — and will be in a fourth, Phoenix, in October. The company continues to scale its operations and expand its usable range to meet the growing demand from large-scale enterprise customers.
Phoenix will mark its thirteenth major market after its recent expansion. In total, the brand currently has offices in Boston, Dallas; Orange County, California; Nashville, Tennessee; Philadelphia; Portland; Richmond, California; Sacramento, California; San Diego; San Jose, California; Seattle; and Washington, DC
“We are excited to have a coast-to-coast presence and launch operations in these four new markets. Given the shifts in the global energy landscape – rising fuel costs, growing challenges and delays around large-scale electrification, concerns about supply chain disruption – business customers are increasingly looking for reliable energy supply that can help alleviate these pain points. Energy-as-a-service will become even more important as we address these ongoing challenges,” said Frank Mycroft, co-founder and CEO of Booster.