Electric Vehicles Are Good For Your Town

In many areas charging infrastructure is focused around metro areas. This results in a loss of access for EV owners to more remote attractions like state parks, small towns, and resorts. This lack of infrastructure impacts not only private business but state and local governments who are missing out on valuable dollars.

Attract More Customers

EV Charging Attracts more customers. EV drivers make 2x the average income. They shop, dine and visit communities that make it easy for them to charge.

Low Cost Investment

Installing a single-phase level-3 charging system using the EdgeEV70™ can save tens of thousands of dollars over solar or battery-powered systems or installing 3-phase infrastructure.

Generate Green Goodwill

Establish yourself as a green leader and improve your image by supporting the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Incentive Programs

Federal, state, and utility incentives can make installing EV Charging infrastructure a more cost-effective investment for taxpayers than most other renewable activities.

Rest Stops Provide a Corridor Solution

State rest stops provide a unique opportunity for single-phase Level-3 fast-charging stations. Rest areas can provide motorists with the most convenient option for charging since the facilities are directly on the highway. State rest stops are designed to provide restroom facilities and vending machines and typically lack adequate power for Level-3 fast chargers.

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that Level-3 fast chargers will need to be located every 50 miles along interstate corridors to provide adequate coverage and promote EV adoption. The EdgeEV70™ can provide a low-cost solution for gaps in charging networks.


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