Former California Senator Bob Huff Joined Noodoe

Former California Senator Bob Huff Joined Noodoe

Former California Senator Bob Huff - Named Director of Government Affairs at noodoe EV

Noodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, has hired former Senate Republican leader Bob Huff as its Director of Government Affairs. The announcement was made by CEO Jennifer Chang. Huff will help augment Noodoe’s commitment to public transportation by helping to shape new government standards for EV charging infrastructure at both state and local levels.

IRVINE, CALIF. APRIL 05, 2022

Noodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, has hired former Senate Republican leader Bob Huff as its Director of Government Affairs. The announcement was made by CEO Jennifer Chang. Huff will help augment Noodoe’s commitment to public transportation by helping to shape new government standards for EV charging infrastructure at both state and local levels.

“Along with our Irvine office, Bob Huff shows Noodoe’s commitment to help the state of California handle the growing demand for EV charging networks,” says Chang. “Bob (Huff) served 12 years in the State legislature, including four years as Senate Republican Leader (2012-2015). He will be an invaluable asset for helping California continue to set the standard for EV charging infrastructure, whether it be public or private. Noodoe EV is helping the state lay the groundwork for an all-electric future, and we’re thrilled that Bob wants to be a part of that with us.”

Huff believes that as the industry evolves, the policies that govern technology adoption must also evolve. “It’s still the Wild West in terms of regulation,” he says. “It’s exciting to see the state’s transformation to EV. Noodoe EV charging stations have features, such as intelligent load balancing, that will help take us faster into an all-electric future. Our charging stations and OS are superior to anything else.”

According to the Office of Governor Gavin Newsom, California leads the nation in EV (or Zero Emission Vehicle) adoption, already surpassing 1 million plug-in electric cars, pickup trucks, SUVs and motorcycles. California now accounts for over 40 percent of all zero-emission cars on the road in the U.S. The state has over 70,000 Level 2 EV chargers installed, but it will need thousands more installations to make access to power as convenient as it is for current fossil fuel vehicles.

“We at Noodoe understand that California sets the bar for nation-leading EV policies. That’s why we have offices in Irvine, California to support our technological efforts and EV installation support statewide. This will continue into the future as we help clear California’s air, fight climate change, and reduce the use of fossil fuels.”

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