Commercial, Distributed Energy Resources - July 26, 2023
Best Western Hotels Add EV Charging
Three Best Western Hotels in Newfoundland and Canada are adding EV charging to their locations.
Imperalis Holding Corp. dba TurnOnGreen, Inc. announced a collaboration with T&M Group SJ LTD (TMG), a Best Western franchisee, to provide EV charging to hotels in Newfoundland and New Brunswick, Canada.
The Best Western Plus St. John’s Airport Hotel & Suites, Best Western Grand-Sault Hotel & Suites and Best Western Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites will receive multiple networked EV700G, level 2 EV charging stations capable of adding 27 to 32 miles of range per hour.
The EV chargers will be integrated into the TurnOnGreen network, which will provide remote operational and technical support to each hotel and EV drivers.
TMG is a property development and ownership group that has developed three Best Western hotel properties in the eastern region of Canada since 2015.
“We are pleased to add TurnOnGreen EV chargers to our portfolio of properties and demonstrate our commitment to the environment, sustainability, and the growth of e-mobility across Canada,” said Madeleine Leveque Toner, co-owner of TMG, in a statement. “We believe that increasing access to EV charging will provide our EV driving guests with the very best travel experience.”
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