Distributed Energy Resources, Industrial - July 7, 2023
California Winery, Pennsylvania Hotel Add EV Charging
Foxen Vineyard and Winery in Santa Maria, California, will add two EV charging stations.
The charging stations were installed by and are owned and operated by Imperalis Holding Corp., DBA TurnOnGreen, Inc. Each site will feature level 2 EV chargers capable of adding 30-40 miles of range per hour.
The vineyard’s visitor parking lot will be equipped with TurnOnGreen’s proprietary EVP1100 level 2 EV chargers during the summer of 2023. The charging stations will include newly developed infrastructure funded by the 2022 Clean Air Grant Program, an initiative by the Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District. TurnOnGreen will retain ownership and oversee operations of these EV chargers for an initial period of five years with the opportunity for two successive extensions, each for an additional four years.
Additionally, the Best Western Inn at Blakeslee-Pocono, located at the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, will install EVP700 level 2 EV chargers in July in the hotel’s parking lot. TurnOnGreen has secured an agreement to own and operate these EV chargers for a 10-year term with an option for a three-year extension.
“Operating our own EV chargers in high demand areas is a critical component of our extension plan,” said TurnOnGreen President Marcus Charuvastra in a statement. “Our shared commitment to sustainable mobility with our partners creates an appealing environment for EV users, and we look forward to working with our partners to draw these eco-conscious drivers to their sites.”
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