EnergiSpot Coming to VERK Industrial Project

Spanish Fork, UT — Spanish Fork City, along with the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (GOEO) and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah), is pleased to announce that EnergiSpot plans to bring 90 new, high-paying jobs and invest nearly $7.3 million in Spanish Fork over the next 10 years.

Driven by a deep commitment to clean energy and sustainability, EnergiSpot is dedicated to advancing the research, development, manufacturing, and distribution of integrated electric vehicle supply equipment solutions to support mobility and electric vehicle (EV) adoption.


“We are excited to welcome EnergiSpot to Spanish Fork City and the Verk Industrial Project area,” said Dave Anderson, the City’s Community and Economic Development Director. “We believe EnergiSpot will play an important role in our nation’s transition from fossil-fueled mobility to electrified transportation. They will join a number of other companies in Spanish Fork that utilize cutting-edge technology to improve our way of life.”


EnergiSpot will be the first company in the Verk Industrial Project to have the type of support the State of Utah has committed to provide.


“The future of electric vehicles is changing rapidly, and we’ll need the infrastructure to keep up with the growth,” said Ryan Starks, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity. “We’re thrilled EnergiSpot chose to grow in Utah and look forward to the impact it’ll have on the sustainable energy industry of our state and the nation.”


“With its reputation as the strongest economy in the U.S. and the crossroads of the West, Utah is an ideal place for EnergiSpot to put down the roots that will help us expand critical EV infrastructure across the country,” said Ron Heffernan, co-founder of EnergiSpot. “We are committed to positively impacting the local community and are grateful for the support from the state, which will help us accelerate our mission of electrifying the nation.” 


Read more in the EDC Utah Release.



VERK, an Icelandic noun meaning job, work or creation, is an industrial project area around the Spanish Fork Airport designed to help regionally-significant projects offset major investment costs with tax differential. Spanish Fork is home to one of the largest Icelandic populations outside of Iceland.


Located in southern Utah County, Spanish Fork is the fourth largest city in the county, with over 45,000 residents.  Spanish Fork strives to maintain a high quality of life for working, recreating, and living, all while preserving the community’s small-town heritage, making  Spanish Fork City the home of pride and progress.