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Home Chargers Can’t Be the Only Option

Electric Vehicles are taking center stage as the means to combat rising levels of carbon emissions and other harmful gases stemming from traditional oil driven transportation. Currently municipalities, corporations, and consumers for the most part must charge up at home because the EV Charging infrastructure is not yet in place.

This forces EV drivers to use their vehicles in a limited capacity which creates vehicle range anxiety. However, the technological progress of both EV charging software and hardware will change the way EV owners use and benefit from EV charging applications.

As our society continues a paradigm shift from driving traditional internal combustion vehicles to all electric or hybrids, the demand for a charging infrastructure among commercial and residential applications is rising. 

Governments, municipalities, and commercial entities must understand now how to select and install the best equipment to run efficient, profitable,  and readily availble EV Chargers to accommodate the rapidly growing demand. 

Currently, the U.S. has 84,000 public chargers. As car and truck manufacturers continue to add new Electric Vehicles to their lineup, the need for more infrastructures with EV Chargers must grow quickly. California alone has 67,343 of them (including Tesla chargers), followed by Texas, Florida, and New York with only several thousand EV Chargers each. In an EV friendly state like California, with nearly 800,000 plug-in EVs and nearly 70,000 chargers, it remains a struggle to charge up when away from home.

Your site, whether a C-store, commercial business, or a municipality can take the lead and partner with Potter EV to get your EV Charger station up and running to keep you ahead of the demand.


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