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Creating a cleaner city means more today than an efficient recycling program. EV charging is the new way to clean up the streets for those who work and live in your city. But offering EV charging services to encourage people to drive EVs and reduce emissions requires convenient, easy access to charging infrastructure. How do you provide this to city employees and citizens without draining your city’s budget on IT and station maintenance? And how do you track and report program success and costs for compliance and tax purposes?
ChargePoint 4.0 service plans lets forward-thinking municipalities set pricing for EV charging by time, session or kWh (where permitted). You can specify minimum and maximum payment thresholds, enjoy automatic payment processing and funds transfer, and provide a variety of payment options to the public. See real-time info on station health to help resolve problems quickly with remote diagnosis and servicing and easily scale up your charging operations; ChargePoint’s open solution lets you choose charging stations from a variety of manufacturers.
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"When people come down here to visit Bradenton, they'll have the opportunity to plug in their vehicles and go enjoy what we have to offer."
-- Benjamin Bird, Sustainability Manager, City of Bradenton, FL
"We wanted to lead the way and show everyone in town what the technology is and how it works.''
-- Melissa Goff, Assistant Town Manager, Brookline, MA
"All the EVs in Orange County will now be able to drive here and enjoy the City of Laguna Beach and visit the best beaches around, the best restaurants around, and the best shopping around."
-- Toni Iseman, Mayor, Laguna Beach CA