EV Charging Stations
Whether on a stand or mounted, our sleek, customizable units are marvels of reimagined design, quality materials, and manufacturing cost efficiency.
EVPassport is the easiest to use EV charging network.
- No apps
- No accounts
- No balances to top-up
- No logins
- No missed family dinners
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that contactless QR codes are the best way to interact with systems, so we built an entire EV charging platform around them. To charge, drivers simply scan the QR code and use Apple Pay or Google Pay. We also support typing in your credit card number. Under 15 seconds from the moment you plug-in your vehicle to a charging session started, guaranteed.
Allow your tenants to discover, access, and pay through existing apps and services they utilize.
From the Atlanta Journal & Constitution 7/15/22:
Amid high gas prices, more Americans eye EVs, car survey says
A quarter of Americans surveyed say they will buy an electric vehicle as their next automobile as gasoline prices soar to record levels.
Millennials are the most eager to electrify their ride, with 30% saying they plan to buy an EV next, according to a national survey by the American Automobile Association.
Of those looking to buy a plug-in vehicle, 77% said the interest was driven by a desire to save on fuel costs.
The last time the organization gauged Americans' interest in Evs in 2019, 16% said they were likely to buy one. The studies used different methodologies.
Consumers don't necessarily act on their Impulses -- only 3.2% of U.S. vehicle sales in 2021 were EVs, according to researcher Cox Automotive. And In 2019, the number of available plug-In models was very limited.
But the level of interest reported in the survey suggests that plug-In vehicles are gaining momentum. Sales may also be bolstered by the fact that there are now many more EV choices available as automakers invest more than
$500 billion to bring new models to the market.
Gasoline prices in the U.S. reached a record $5.02 a gallon last month and have since settled to an average of $4.66, which is $l .5l more per gallon than a year ago, according to AAA.
Consumers haven't been won over yet, however: A majority in the survey voiced concerns about the cost of EVs and the availability of charging stations.
AAA said it surveyed 1,051 American drivers online and by phone in February. The study has a margin of error of 4%.