Charging network operator EV Connect is expanding its EV Charging-as-a-Service (EVCaaS) program. Backed by investor Mitsui, the program offers a one-stop shop that includes hardware, software and service offerings.
An EVCaaS subscription includes charging stations, management software, 24/7 driver support and ongoing maintenance and repair. EV Connect provides consulting services at every phase of the EVSE life cycle, from site planning to deployment to operations.
“Customers can leverage the EVCaaS program to add EV charging with low risk, flexible options, and small monthly expenditures,” says EV Connect. “The EVCaaS program removes the burden of ownership and maintenance from the charging host.”
EVCaaS is currently available throughout the US to multifamily properties, small- and mid-sized businesses and municipal customers, as well as reseller partners looking to deploy charging equipment from EV Connect partners BTC, EvoCharge, ABB and PowerCharge.
“With the EVCaaS program we provide an economical and low-risk approach to EV charging, which ensures greater accessibility to EV charging in many more places,” said Paul Terry, Senior VP of Sales and Business Development at EV Connect. “We are proud to democratize EV charging infrastructure to ensure that the industry meets the growing demand for charging, for everybody.”
Source: EV Connect