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TurnOnGreen Expands EV Charging Network Across Multiple Hotels

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MILPITAS, CALIF.—Imperalis Holding Corp., dba TurnOnGreen, Inc., announced that it has completed the installation and activation of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at 18 hotels across North America, further expanding the company’s EV charging network to address the rapidly expanding electric vehicle market. The projects feature multiple high-power, networked EVP700G Level 2 EV chargers that can be activated using the TurnOnGreen App, RFID cards, or a unique QR code displayed on each EV charger.

The new installations distributed across North America include the following locations:

  • Best Western Chateau Granville – Vancouver, Canada
  • Best Western Clock Tower Inn – Billings, Mont.
  • Best Western Iowa/Lake Charles East – Iowa, La.
  • Ravel Hotel, Trademark Collection by Wyndham – New York, N.Y.
  • Hilton Garden Inn – Rockford, Ill.

“We are working closely with the Best Western Hotels and Resorts Membership as an endorsed supplier to provide each property access to affordable custom EV charging solutions,” said TurnOnGreen President Marcus Charuvastra. “The demand for EV charging at hotels is high and is soon becoming an amenity that every hotel must offer to remain competitive. Every hotel has unique needs that must be addressed to complete installations affordably and efficiently.”

TurnOnGreen offers scalable EV charging solutions to homes, businesses, and fleets across North America. The company’s electric vehicle charging hardware, management software, and network services allow municipalities, businesses, and homeowners to monetize, track and report EV charger usage. TurnOnGreen charging systems maintain high standards in the market, are Energy Star Certified, and are backed by an internationally recognized certificate of safety and performance.

Hotel Industry Among Those Targeted

“TurnOnGreen is working to expand our charging footprint across North America with strategic partners in multiple industries,” said Amos Kohn, the company’s CEO. “We are focused on providing affordable charging solutions to the sectors that have the highest need with the most growth potential.”

According to the California Energy Commission (CEC) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), 42 percent of the nation’s EVs were sold in California, with annual EV sales in the state exceeding 250,000 units in 2021 and projected to exceed 300,000 in 2022. According to the CEC, EVs represent 18 percent of the overall market share in Calif.

According to a PwC analysis, the electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) market is positioned to expand from to a $100 billion industry by 2040, at a 15 percent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR). The growth of the EVSE market will support the estimated 27 million electric vehicles that will be on the road by 2030, according to PwC research projections.

For more information on TurnOnGreen’s product line, visit www.TurnOnGreen.com.

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