Electrify America is releasing new charging stations which are aimed to enhance the customer experience. The stations will offer lobbies and electric vehicle exhibit spaces, as well as a designated event space, to attract customers by offering more plush.
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Electrify America is releasing new charging stations which are aimed to enhance the customer experience. The electric vehicle infrastructure provider will debut its new charging station idea in Santa Barbara, San Francisco, San Diego, and Beverly Hills, California, as well as Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York.
“Most of our charging stations will be redesigned to fulfill and surpass the customers’ expectations transitioning from a gas-powered car to an electrified existence,” said Giovanni Palazzo, president, and CEO of Electrify America. “By expanding on the basis of our rapid and dependable coast-to-coast network, these newer models will further aggrandize our customers’ required to charge experience.”
The platforms will offer lobbies and electric vehicle exhibit spaces, as well as a designated event space, to attract customers by offering more plush. Likewise, customers will be protected from the elements by overhead canopies, and security systems will be put on-site. Meanwhile, valet services may be available at charging stations near malls.
Electrify America is putting solar awnings at 100 charging stations across the country, covering between 400 and 500 individual plugs. The awnings not only will prevent your automobile from cool weather conditions, but they’ll still absorb energy to help charge EVs. Aside from these advantages, the business is also offering a new charging design which is smaller than before, allowing it to be fitted in tighter spaces. The new charging units also include a clearer display that is buried deeper into the cabinet to prevent glitter and make it easier to read. They’ll also have a single connector cable with a brand-new cable management platform that would also make plugging in a breeze, regardless of where the port is placed.