Turtle & Hughes, Linden, NJ, is now a nationwide distributor partner for ChargePoint Electric Vehicle (EV)Charging Stations. The company said in the press release that ChargePoint is the world’s largest provider of EV charging stations.
“We are committed to encourage and support sustainable solutions in all of our supplier relationships that will change our world for the better,” said Jayne Millard, chairman and co-CEO of Turtle & Hughes, in the press release. “ChargePoint made a commitment to deploy 2.5 million charging spots by 2025. As we help them grow their network and power this new wave of transportation, we are doing our part to accelerate the future of electric mobility. More options to charge while on the road will make it easier for drivers to choose clean-powered vehicles.”
According to a Bloomberg report, Electrical Vehicle Outlook 2019, “Over 2 million electric vehicles were sold in 2018, up from just a few thousand in 2010.” The report said annual EV charging passenger sales are expected to rise to 10 million in 2025, 28 million in 2030 and 56 million in 2040. The Department of Energy estimates that there are currently 29,439 EV public and private charging station across the U.S. with a total of 87,984 charging outlets. It also found that drivers with access to charging stations are six times more likely to switch to EVs.
In addition to competitive pricing, and charger and service bundles exclusive to ChargePoint distributor partners, Turtle & Hughes specialists also offer value added services, including technical expertise and, design, installation and rebate assistance.
Applications for EV charging stations include apartment and condo complexes, workplaces, fleets, municipals, utilities, parking facilities, healthcare, education, entertainments, new construction, hospitality, retail and fleets.