InCharge Energy is offering electric vehicle charging infrastructure as a service, through the new InCharge as a Service platform that bases payments by mileage or kWh.
The support comes anchored by a standard for uptime as well as monthly or variable payments based on use.
The approach, says InCharge Energy, helps fleets avoid hefty upfront investments and balances costs between capital and operating expenses. The variable charging costs help understand the costs and timelines to scale up electrification plans, the company adds.
Support includes planning and engineering, commissioning charging hardware and other equipment, free hardware installation, processing government incentives and carbon credits, and service and maintenance support within 24 hours. Chargers are monitored through the In-Control software platform.
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