JuiceBar collabs with NZM Solutions to expand EV charging infrastructure
Category: #business  By Mateen Dalal  Date: 2021-05-19
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JuiceBar collabs with NZM Solutions to expand EV charging infrastructure

U.S.-based EV charging station manufacturer, JuiceBar® has reportedly partnered with NetZero Microgrid Solutions (NZM Solutions). Commenting on the newly formed alliance, JuiceBar CEO & President, Paul Vosper, said “Their partnership with NetZero Microgrid Solutions will support the company’s goal and commitment to develop a robust EV charging infrastructure that accelerates sustainability.

For the record, NZM Solutions aims at offering sustainability in the transportation industry. The company allows turnkey electrification plan to support crucial infrastructural needs for fleet operators, transportation firms, and commercial real estate.

With offices in Boston MA and Philadelphia PA, NZM Solutions has emerged as one of the major EV and energy management integration consultants and developers in North America with several business offerings that supplement transportation electrification.

Notably, NZM’s wide customer base includes healthcare establishments, real estate owners and developers, municipal and local government authorities along with industrial and commercial entities that are keen on investing in an EV charging infrastructure to meet their on-site renewable energy requirements.

The latest Gen 3 chargers developed by JuiceBar are one of the most powerful Level 2 electric vehicle chargers available in the market, with charging speeds of 32-, 40-,48-, and 80-amp power degrees. These chargers banish concerns over maintenance and installation of site hosts while offering reliable and flexible services to their employees, clients, and guests.

They also abstain from forcing buyers onto any proprietary subscription-led network system, instead permits property owners to choose their network, creating novel options to generate revenue as well as managing the use of electricity.

According to a statement by Will Agate LEED AP, Founder and President, NZM Solutions, “The company supports the JuiceBar team through its services that are planned beyond installation of EV charging stations”.

Will mentioned that the company is focusing on extending support to JuiceBar’s wide customer base those of who wish to add renewable energy, resilience strategies, and revenue enhancements in its sustainability projects. Moreover, NZM Solutions will package and deliver various solutions through their energy service construction partners to expand their ROI.

Source Credit: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/juicebar-and-netzero-microgrid-solutions-deliver-commercial-ev-charging-design-and-deployments-301293131.html

 

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