Palo Alto, Calif. – EverCharge, a leading provider of large-scale electric vehicle (EV) charging systems and management devices, has announced the launch of its comprehensive suite of services designed to simplify the deployment, cost-analysis, and management of its EV charging systems. The services are aimed at maximizing the value of charging infrastructure for commercial fleet and multi-family residential partners.
The company has packaged its services into four key pillars, EASY™, ROLLOUT™, UPTIME™, and GLANCE™. The EASY service provides an onsite report of electrical infrastructure and capabilities, helping to eliminate the challenges of gauging whether a property is sufficient for EV charging. The ROLL-OUT service provides a turnkey deployment and management of the EV charging system installation process, overseen by EverCharge’s dedicated installation team. The UPTIME service handles network management, support, billing, and system maintenance. The GLANCE service is an all-in-one Charge Management System that provides property operators with a customizable dashboard to manage, monitor, and analyze real-time and historical charging data, without the need for integrations or third-party hardware.
Kyle Lyons, COO of EverCharge, said, “We founded EverCharge to solve the challenges often associated with EV charging, including the process of installing, maintaining, analyzing, and optimizing charging infrastructure. Our newly unveiled suite of services is another prime example of our commitment to providing a superior customer experience across every touchpoint. We look forward to continuing to offer our partners a unified, data-driven set of services that power a best-in-class EV charging ecosystem.”
The launch of EverCharge’s services comes on the heels of its partnership with Avis, a leading global transportation solutions provider. The two companies recently launched a significant number of EV charging stations at the George Bush International Airport in Houston, Texas, to power Avis and Budget’s fleet of EVs and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. This partnership is designed to serve as a model for scalable fleet electrification planning at airports across the U.S.
The combination of EverCharge’s services and American-made EV charging hardware provide customers with a streamlined experience, eliminating the need to patch together services, integrate hardware with software, or work with incomplete data.