EVCS, an electric vehicle charging network with locations in California, Oregon and Washington, is turning to technology to make their platforms more accessible and interoperable for drivers. They offer two options for charging: pay-per-kilowatt or subscribe to a fixed or unlimited monthly plan. The company is working with apartment buildings and property managers to locate charging stations on-site or nearby, in addition to places like shopping centers and gyms to make charging more convenient. EVCS has partnered with Hubject, a technology company, to ensure interoperability between different charging networks and driver’s preferred apps for locating and accessing charging cycles. The company recently signed a $8.1 million deal with the Washington State Department of Transportation to build and retrofit 21 electric vehicle fast-charging stations.
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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.