A Wyoming company working on making Wyoming more accessible to electric vehicles.

OtterSpace was founded out of a desire to serve Wyoming and ensure that our communities are able to develop and maintain electric vehicle charging solutions that meet the unique needs of the rural West.

Today, we work across the state to ensure that EV drivers can access Wyoming’s thriving downtowns, local businesses, and the great outdoors.

Where We Operate


Fremont County Pioneer Museum
1443 West Main Street
120 kW DCFC with 2 plugs


Dubois Museum
909 West Rams Horn Street
200 kW DCFC with 2 plugs


31 North Maybell Avenue
120 kW DCFC with 2 plugs


103 East University Avenue
4 80A Level 2 chargers

What we do

OtterSpace installs, owns, and operates DC fast charging stations and other public chargers in Wyoming. We partner with a range of businesses, community organizations, and local governments to enable electric vehicle drivers to access Wyoming communities and propel economic growth.

DC fast charging

We install, own, operate, and maintain DC fast chargers that bring reliable high level charging to your business and community.

AC level 2 charging

We work with interested businesses to operate destination charging at travel and tourism points of interest.

Nationally networked

Our chargers are integrated into a national charging network through EV Connect.

Interested in partnering with us?

Send us a message!

Mike Yin

Mike Yin is currently the president of OtterSpace EV, a state representative in the Wyoming Legislature, and a software developer. He founded OtterSpace to expand accessibility for electric vehicles in Wyoming and ensure Wyoming communities prosper from it. He is based out of Jackson.

Kristen Gunther

Kristen is a partnerships, communications, and strategy specialist passionate about building relationships and developing real solutions that serve Wyoming’s broad range of community needs. She holds a PhD and MFA from the University of Wyoming and most recently worked as program director for a statewide conservation nonprofit. She lives in Lander with her husband, son, and two bird dogs.

Matt Murdock — Mayor, Town of Pinedale
Scott Goetz — Director, Fremont County Museums
Todd Feezer — Assistant City Manager, City of Laramie

Work with us

Interested in locating a charging station in your town or at your business? Reach out!

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