TurnOnGreen has launched electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure projects at 19 hotels and activated 80 EV charging stations at 32 hotels in North America.
This launch is part of the company’s plans to bolster its charging infrastructure to cater to the expanding EV market.
In May of this year, the company completed the installation and activation of EV charging stations at 18 hotels across North America.
The latest projects feature multiple high-power, networked EVP700G and EVP1100WG Level 2 EV chargers.
These chargers can be activated by users through the TurnOnGreen App, RFID (radio frequency identification) cards, or by scanning a unique QR code displayed on each EV charger.
The new installations are spread across North America, including at the Best Western Premier Park Hotel in Madison, Wisconsin; Cardiff by the Sea Lodge in Cardiff, California and the Red Lion Hotel in Redding, California.
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TurnOnGreen president Marcus Charuvastra said: “We are working closely with multiple hospitality groups to support the increasing demand for EV charging infrastructure at hotels across North America.
“TurnOnGreen is able to provide hotel owner-operators with a variety of flexible power EV charging options and affordable network solutions to help properties monetise energy distribution, offer charging as an amenity, or support hotel guest reward programmes.”
TurnOnGreen provides adaptable EV charging solutions for residences, enterprises and vehicle fleets throughout North America.
Its EV charging hardware, management software and network services enable cities, businesses and residents to monitor, monetise and report EV charger use.
According to the company, its charging solutions are Energy Star Certified and supported by a globally recognised certificate for performance and safety.