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Case Study: Empowering Alameda Alliance for Health’s EV Charging Initiative

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Introduction: Alameda Alliance for Health, a not-for-profit managed care health plan serving a substantial population in Alameda County, California, sought a solution to facilitate EV charging for its staff. As a member of the Local Health Plans of California (LHPC), the Alliance prioritized reliable and cost-efficient EV charging infrastructure.

Customer Requirements: When approached by Alameda Alliance for Health, Cyberswitching understood the critical need for EV charging stations to allow employees with electric vehicles to charge while at work. Key requirements included usage tracking, a dynamic load management system, user-friendly payment collection, and cost-effectiveness.

Cyberswitching’s Tailored Solution: After a thorough understanding of the customer’s needs, Cyberswitching specialists recommended the Dual CSE1 Commercial EV Charging station with the AmpUp PRO package. This comprehensive solution not only allowed simultaneous charging of two vehicles but also dynamically managed the load, tracked usage, facilitated payment collection, and more.


Implementation Success: In collaboration with installers from EV Charger Expert, Cyberswitching efficiently designed, obtained permits, and installed the Dual CSE1 charging station. Remarkably, the entire project was completed at more than half the cost quoted by competitors. Cyberswitching went an extra mile by including 4 RFID cards with the Dual Charging station, allowing free usage when necessary.

Customer Satisfaction: Alameda Alliance for Health expressed high satisfaction with the installation cost, quality, and the performance of the CSE1 EV Charging station. This solution not only met but exceeded their goals, providing a comprehensive EV charging infrastructure at a third of the price of competitor alternatives.

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Nick Zamanov is a head of sales and business development at Cyber Switching. He is an expert in EV infrastructure space and he is an EV enthusiast since 2012, Since then Nick strongly believed that electric vehicles would eventually replace Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) cars.

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