EV Connect recently announced the EV Charging-as-a-Service, or EV CaaS, to cut up-front costs and simplify the process for purchasing and installing EV charging station infrastructure by turning the purchase decision from a capital expenditure to an operating expense.
In collaboration with General Electric and SparkFund, the EV CaaS program starts at $99 per month per charge station port (not including installation) that includes GE's full line of WattStation and DuraStation EV charging stations, and EV Connect's base management software and service. The new EV CaaS service offers business owners and government entities a full-service resource to assist with financing, deployment, and management of EV charging solutions. EV Connect has also launched an online resource for customers at www.EVCaaS.com.
The solution is powered by SparkFund financing and EV Connect’s management software. In addition to handling the procurement, installation, and permitting, EV Connect will manage all aspects of the charging station ecosystem and service, including driver support, station management, and usage.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online