Lightning Systems has introduced a comprehensive offering of AC and DC fast charge charging stations to improve accessibility to electric vehicle charging infrastructure for fleets.
The global developer of zero-emission drivetrains created its "Lightning On Tap" charging solutions to help fleets overcome the challenge of accessing charging stations when transitioning to include more battery-powered vehicles.
"We know first-hand that fleets need timely and specific help with charging solutions for their commercial vehicles,” said Tim Reeser, Lightning Systems CEO.
Lightning Systems' lineup of new chargers includes both AC and DC fast charge options, ranging from affordable 7.2kW AC chargers to high-end 100kW DC fast chargers, which deliver much shorter charging times for high-battery-capacity commercial EVs.
Additionally, Lightning also cultivated partnerships with software and energy management companies like The Mobility House, a full-service charging management company, which offers in-depth planning, installation, and management services.
Some jurisdictions, such as California and Colorado, offer grants or other incentives that may partially or fully cover the cost of charging solutions. Certain electric utility companies have also subsidy programs.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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