Presto customers to access EVCS' network under new partnership

Presto customers to access EVCS’ network under new partnership

Through the Presto app, fleets will be able to locate EVCS sites to access live status information of availability for charging sessions.

EVCS and Presto Charging entered a strategic partnership wherein Presto’s EV customers, such as fleets, mobility providers and businesses, will now have direct access to EVCS’ network of over 1,000 chargers on the West Coast.

Through the Presto app, fleets will be able to locate EVCS sites, access live status information of chargers’ availability and initiate charging sessions, EVCS said. Presto’s fleet customers will be able to benefit from special rates at EVCS locations via Presto’s charging offers, as well. EVCS locations in California are currently available on the Presto app, with Washington and Oregon locations are set to be available within the coming months.

These efforts are supported by Noodoe, EVCS’ charge point management system and EV charging cloud services provider, EVCS said.

“We are excited to bring the EVCS network to the Presto app,” Karim Farhat, EVCS chief commercial officer said. “Our collaboration with Presto marks another significant milestone in our roaming efforts and a step forward in streamlining the transition to a carbon-free electric future for mobility.”

“We are thrilled to partner with EVCS on fleet electrification,” JJ Raynor, Presto co-founder and chief financial officer, said. “Now, our fleet partners can seamlessly and reliably access EVCS’ leading network in California and will be soon expanding throughout the West Coast.”

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