The Oaks Hotel & Suites is a premier lodging facility located in the heart of Paso Robles, California. A pet-friendly luxurious and high-end hotel is located within a 5-mile radius of numerous attractions and the best dining places in Paso Robles. When Paso Oaks approached CyberSwitching to install 6 dual charging stations for their guests, they faced the challenge of limited electrical infrastructure which only allowed them to install 5 charging ports.
CyberSwitching, a company that provides smart power management and EV charging solutions, helped Paso Oaks overcome their limited electrical infrastructure to install more charging ports using their Advanced Load Management feature. The site host was able to install 6 Dual Charging stations (12 charging ports in total), which allowed them to meet the needs of their guests. In addition to this, the site host also replaced their old chargers from 2 different companies to CyberSwitching to have a unified management system.
As a result, Paso Oaks purchased and installed 12 CSE1 charging ports from CyberSwitching in January of 2023. The customer was also able to save on shipping costs by picking up the charging station from CyberSwitching’s local warehouse within three days of placing the order. The charging stations are also equipped with 48A chargers that allow for faster charging of electric vehicles, which made the customers happy with their purchase.
The case study of CyberSwitching’s solution for Paso Oaks highlights the effectiveness of their Advanced Load Management feature in helping businesses overcome infrastructure limitations and manage power consumption more efficiently. By using this feature, Paso Oaks was able to install more charging ports and provide a better service to their guests, while also saving on shipping costs. CyberSwitching’s solution not only meets the immediate needs of the customer but also provides a long-term solution that can help businesses manage their power consumption more effectively.
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.