EV Charging-as-a-Service Platform Administers all Aspects of Station Management and Deployment
LOS ANGELES, CA: EV Connect, a distributor of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions is collaborating with GE- a provider of software to control and optimize electrical infrastructure and SparkFund which offers financing for energy efficiency to introduce ‘EV Charging-as-a-Service (EV CaaS) a new platform to manage all aspects of charging station and reduce upfront investment.
EV Connect, a GIIRS Impact Rated Company designs solutions to resolve social and environmental problems. EV Connect’s cloud-driven platform, serves enterprise, hospitality, university and government sectors. It delivers enterprise and energy systems integration through an open API, demand-response functionality across multiple charging networks and driver communication and support.
EV Connect has already signed an accord with GE to equip their customers with GE’s charge stations and EV Connect’s management platform.
“The EV CaaS program, in collaboration with SparkFund and GE, offers a pay-as-you-go alternative to capital purchases and greatly simplifies the decision-making process,” says Jordan Ramer, President, EV Connect.
EV CaaS program facilitates business owners and government entities with GE EV charge stations, EV Connect service solution, financing, ongoing station management with a single monthly payment and robust Software to manage stations and give EV drivers access to EV’s online and mobile app tools. The program features includes, site planning, 24/7 management services, WattStation and DuraStation to handle procurement, installation and permitting of station.
The EV CaaS service starts at $99 per month per charge station port to assist with financing, deployment and management of EV charging solutions.