Noodoe EV, a Taiwan-based company that specializes in electric vehicle charging systems, has relocated its U.S. headquarters to Irvine from Walnut to further growth in the North American market.
“We chose Irvine for its incredible talent base in all things tech,” chief executive Jennifer Chang said in announcing the move earlier this month. The new headquarters features a large kiosk demonstration area and adjoining warehouse.
Last year, Noodoe installed electric vehicle charging stations at casinos, hotels, parking lots and shopping malls at numerous sites in North America. Noodoe also set up 10 charging stations at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
Noodoe says it lets businesses turn their parking lots into profitable charging stations, while enabling hotels to become recharging locations. The company also provides charging infrastructure, enabling governments and energy companies to build eco-friendly “smart cities.”