TurnOnGreen expands EV charging infrastructure in California and Pennsylvania.

TurnOnGreen expands EV charging infrastructure in California and Pennsylvania.

TurnOnGreen provides flexible EV charging solutions tailored to meet the needs of homes, businesses, and vehicle fleets throughout North America.

Imperalis Holding Corp., operating under the name TurnOnGreen, has announced the completion of two site licensing partnerships. The agreements, signed in California and Pennsylvania, will enable TurnOnGreen to install, own, and operate multiple EV charging stations in areas where access to charging is currently limited.

California’s Santa Maria region will see the first partnership come to fruition, with TurnOnGreen joining forces with Foxen Vineyard and Winery. The visitor parking lot at the esteemed winery will soon be equipped with several of TurnOnGreen’s proprietary EVP1100 level 2 EV chargers. These chargers have the capacity to add 30-40 miles of range per hour to electric vehicles, offering an efficient charging experience for winery visitors and the local community. The installation is scheduled for the summer of 2023 and will leverage the newly developed infrastructure funded by the 2022 Clean Air Grant Program, an initiative supported by the Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District. Under the agreement, TurnOnGreen will retain ownership of the EV chargers and oversee their operations for an initial period of five years, with the potential for two successive four-year extensions.

The second partnership will take place in the heart of the scenic Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, with TurnOnGreen collaborating with Best Western Inn at Blakeslee-Pocono. To cater to the increasing demand for EV charging resources, TurnOnGreen will install several EVP700 level 2 EV chargers in the hotel’s parking lot. The chargers are set to be installed in July 2023, providing a reliable and convenient charging option for hotel guests, area visitors, and local residents alike. TurnOnGreen has secured an agreement to own and operate these chargers for a 10-year term, with the potential for a three-year extension.

These site licensing partnerships mark a significant step forward in expanding the electric vehicle charging network and promoting sustainable transportation options. With the increasing adoption of electric vehicles, the availability of reliable and accessible charging infrastructure is crucial to alleviate range anxiety and facilitate the widespread use of EVs. TurnOnGreen’s investment in these partnerships underscores their commitment to addressing this need and facilitating the transition to cleaner mobility solutions.

“Operating our own EV chargers in high demand areas is a critical component of our extension plan,” stated TurnOnGreen President Marcus Charuvastra. “Our shared commitment to sustainable mobility with our partners creates an appealing environment for EV users, and we look forward to working with our partners to draw these eco-conscious drivers to their sites.”

“TurnOnGreen provides an array of business-to-business programs, and we are specifically targeting partnerships in regions where EV charging demand is on an upward trend,” stated Amos Kohn, Chief Executive Officer at TurnOnGreen. “We are devoted to strategic and intelligent expansion of the TurnOnGreen EV charging network across North America to ensure maximum return on investment.”

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