At current growth rates, there will be more than 30 million electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads within a decade, and that was projected before California and New Jersey called for a ban on gas car sales by 2035. More than 80% of charging will continue to take place at home.
But what about the 40% of Americans who rent or live in multi-unit dwellings (MUD)? Most of these buildings were designed (and built) long before EVs started hitting the mainstream. As a result, they often lack adequate electrical infrastructure for EV charging, and many retrofitting options today are expensive for the owner’s or HOA’s budget.
Smart software with payment processing, booking, and group management features allow EV drivers to reserve a charger for a specific time period for easy sharing among tenants — all without requiring property management staff time. If site hosts want to earn more revenue, EVMatch’s software allows them to offer public access at customizable times and prices.
Read the article at Evannex.