A recent article about EVCS in the Energy Management section of Green Lodging News focused on two key areas that set us apart from our competitors: 1) our no-cost turnkey solution that allows site hosts to tap a rapidly evolving new revenue source, and 2) the fact that our charging network will now be powered completely by renewable energy like wind and solar. With more voices calling for clean and green solutions across the entire electrification process, we saw an opportunity to lead the field in not only advancing the case for EVs, but also the way that they’re powered. See the full article below for more details on how we’ve been able to accomplish this groundbreaking feat.
Arcadia, CA – May 24, 2021
EVCS, one of the largest fast charger operators on the West Coast, announced it has contracted 100 percent renewable energy to power its entire fast charging network. EVCS has been contracted to install over 1,000 fast charging stations on the West Coast, home to about 50 percent of all EVs in the United States, making it one of the largest fast charging networks in the country.
How does this work? EVCS contracts with its various clean energy suppliers and REC partners (renewable energy certificate) to ensure each gigawatt-hour delivered on a fast-charging network financially supports a renewable energy generator in the United States.
EVCS is focused on purchasing a blend of wind and solar energy through its electricity suppliers and REC partners in California. There are plans to grow this initiative further as EVCS’ pool of partners becomes certified via the California Air Resources Board Renewable Energy Program. EVCS’ dedication to 100 percent renewable energy further supports its mission to empower drivers to join EVCS in its commitment to cleaner air for all.
A No-Cost Turn-Key Solution
In addition, EVCS offers a no-cost turnkey solution to host fast charging networks to its commercial site partners. As a result of its allegiance to 100 percent renewable energy, EVCS customers contribute to the decarbonization of the planet. Most energy grids are currently fossil fuel-powered or draw from municipal electric grids and are indirectly contributing to carbon emissions. EVCS now provides a charging option that uses clean and renewable energy enabling drivers to join them in its environmentally conscious mission.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, passenger cars and light-duty vehicles make up nearly 28 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, making them the country’s largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.
“I am proud to announce EVCS’ commitment to using 100 pecent renewable energy for our fast-charging network. Our goal has always been to create the most reliable and accessible charging infrastructure in the nation and provide drivers with an affordable and convenient charging option that does not use fossil fuels, coal, or natural gas,” said Gustavo Occhiuzzo, CEO of EVCS.
Commercial sites interested in exploring the opportunity to have fast charging stations installed at no cost should visit EVCS turn key solutions to learn more.Tags: California Air Resources Board, car charging, clean energy, Environmental Protection Agency, EV chargers, EV infrastructure, renewable energy, solar power, wind power