EVmatch Announces New Electric Vehicle Charging Platform to Expand Electric Vehicle Travel Options in Vacation Rentals

With summer travel in full swing, EVmatch is thrilled to announce the recent release of an electric vehicle charging management software platform designed specifically for vacation and short-term rental owners. The software solution allows owners to easily install a Level 2 charging station, which adds approximately 25 miles of range per hour, and charge their guests for usage. The flexible software platform also allows owners to list their charging stations on EVmatch’s nationwide public network when their rentals are not in use. The software is compatible with Enel X JuiceBox and Wallbox Pulsar Plus and offers a reservation system, automatic payment processing and remote control of charging equipment.

“We are proud that this vacation rental product is helping electric vehicle drivers fully embrace an electric lifestyle and advance sustainability in the hospitality industry,” said Heather HochreinFounder and CEO of EVmatch.

Early adopters of electric vehicles often remember the challenges of road trips in an electric vehicle. Family trips and vacations were often stressful, requiring extensive planning, range calculations, and finding outlets in hotels and guesthouses. Thankfully, all of that is changing fast due to massive investments in fast-charging stations along highways through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula. Program and the construction of Level 2 destination charging stations at accommodation destinations and vacation rentals.

EVmatch is committed to increasing the adoption of electric vehicles by making charging easy, reliable and accessible. EVmatch operates a national peer-to-peer electric vehicle charging network, allowing individuals and business owners to rent private charging stations, earn money and support their communities. Learn more and download the app at www.evmatch.com.

Media Contact:
Heather Hochrein
[email protected]

SOURCEEVmatch, Inc.

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