TurnOnGreen is providing EV charging infrastructure projects for eight hotels across the US.

The list of hotels includes Holiday Inn Express & Suites Murphy in Murphy, North Carolina and Quality Inn Danville in Danville, Virginia, among others.

This move is part of the company’s ongoing expansion across hotels in the US to meet the increasing demand for EV charging options.

In October this year, the company launched EV charging infrastructure projects across 19 hotels and activated 80 EV charging stations at 32 hotels across North America.

The latest projects include high-power, networked EVP700G and EVP1100WG Level 2 EV chargers.

These chargers can be activated using the TurnOnGreen App, radio frequency identification (RFID) cards, or by scanning a QR code that is displayed on each EV charger.

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TurnOnGreen president Marcus Charuvastra said: “Level 2 EV Charging is fast becoming an essential amenity for the hotel industry.

“The flexibility and customisability of our network, along with the dependability of our equipment and customer service provides hotel owner-operators with a variety of ways to attract new guests, increase revenue, and support the adoption of electric vehicles nationwide.”

TurnOnGreen chairman and CEO Amos Kohn said: “TurnOnGreen continues to expand its charging network across North America, prioritising segments that are in high demand with a high probability of future expansion.

“We continue to focus on addressing major growth markets with an emphasis on workplace, fleet and hospitality sectors.”

TurnOnGreen delivers scalable EV charging solutions for homes, businesses, and fleets throughout North America.

Its EV charging hardware, management software, and network services enable businesses, homeowners and municipalities to track, monetise, and report on EV charger usage.

The company noted that its charging systems meet market standards and have Energy Star certification, along with a globally recognised certificate for safety and performance.