Title December 3, 2019

The efficiency of the electric motor alone drives incredible cost efficiency. Even accounting for the charging process, EVs convert electricity from the grid to wheel-turning power at 59%-62%. Gas vehicles only get 17%-21% of the energy in gas to the wheels as power. A robust charging solution protects the cost efficiency of that energy chain, creating savings that empower better choices.


There’s no simple percentage to express it, but the benefits of EV charging go beyond cost savings. Moving your campus fueling paradigm from gas to EV supercharges sustainability.

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