The majority of Americans who live in multifamily housing, typically reside in older buildings that simply don't have enough available power to support an EV charger.
The partnership places EverCharge’s SmartPower technology into Volta’s award-winning stations. This allows Volta to add intelligent power-sharing load management reducing station-related infrastructure costs.
In total, residents saved over $50k on infrastructure costs, can easily support their current charging needs, and can quickly add new stations at minimal cost when that need arises.
By managing power and maximizing the charging infrastructure by dynamically distributing available power. With EverCharge, not only do you avoid unnecessary costs you also avoid expensive infrastructure upgrades.
With UPS ordering a massive 10,000 EVs from relative unknown Arrival, Tesla raking up massive pre-orders for its Semi, and even the steady growth of electric busses show that corporate fleet operators are starting to see the real benefits of owning EVs.
With Tesla continuing to ride hide on the back of the Model 3, gobbling up 77% of total EV sales in November, the logical questions are why are the other automotive OEMs failing to gain any market share and how can they stop Tesla's dominance?