|Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors LLC||
The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Advisors team has been directly responsible for the deployment of hundreds of EV chargers at over 250 locations across America, including DC fast and Level 2 chargers. Their consulting services encompass every phase necessary for successful electric vehicle charging station deployment, from strategy to business development through execution. Our advisors can guide you through the entire process, or integrate with your team to perform a la carte tasks (see electricvia.com for services).
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Smart charging solutions for homes and businesses. Expertise in plug and charge,15118 implementation, and utility electric vehicle charging programs.
Architecture and design firm with many years of electric vehicle knowledge and experience in New York City and in designing new public spaces and buildings with the government and private stakeholders.
Local environmental community organization that is interested in identifying businesses to host charging.
IoTecha produces sophisticated hardware and embedded software for electric vehicle chargers and a complementary cloud based software platform, which delivers a variety of services (e.g. grid integration supporting services, smart charging, remote charger monitoring, alerting and visualization, and remote firmware update) to multiple stakeholders. The charger module that we produce, sell, and deploy (to multiple charger vendors) supports, out of the box, multiple standard communication protocols (ISO/IEC 15118, OCPP 1.6J, SEP 2.0 and others) and the embedded Linux environment and powerful application processor enables many additional potential applications.
|Energy Technology Savings, Inc.||
Commercial energy efficiency company that has customer relationships with large multi-family high-rise properties in New York City.
|Village of Tuckahoe||
Westchester community interested in adding charging stations at its train station and adding electric vehicles to its fleet.
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