The Problem of Powering EVs
Powering EVs is more than just buying chargers. And organizations trying to solve this ‘in-house’ take on unnecessary cost and risk.
They need to decide between different chargers, with different levels of quality, then figure out how to install and power them. Of course that means working with utilities and developing an energy management plan so they don’t overpay for power.
And what if organizations want to capture and store some of their own power with solar or other technologies – how would they integrate it to get a good return on investment? And we haven’t even begun to talk to different software for different cars, vehicle maintenance, financing, upfitting, battery lifecycles and the list goes on…
Powering Your Organization EVs
CINCINNATI, OH – September 15, 2021 – Electrada, a Cincinnati company that provides everything organizations need to power electric vehicles, […]
The number of electric vehicles on the road in the U.S. is expected to soar to 18.7 million by 2030. […]
Clean Fuels Ohio recently invited Electrada and Mike Albert Fleet Solutions to present the business case for fleet electrification, addressing […]
A fast-growing startup has received thousands of dollars to further its growth, thanks to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Electrada, which launched in April, was one of several organizations to receive a slice of $3.2 million in funding awarded by the environmental agency. The funding will pay for the installation of 500 electric vehicle charging stations statewide, according to a news release.