Voltera launches as business EV infrastructure solution

Voltera launches as business EV infrastructure solution

Voltera has launched to build, own and operate charging facilities that enable electric vehicle (EV) deployment and operation at scale.

Voltera’s customers are companies that have a pressing need to power EVs at scale. That includes organizations looking to electrify without disrupting operations or investing significant time and upfront capital to install EV charging capacity as well as automakers looking to deploy charging infrastructure to support EV sales. To support those needs, Voltera says it plans to invest several billion dollars on deployments that are both customer-driven (in a particular location for a particular customer) and thesis-driven (proactive development in the strategic locations customers will need to be), the company says.

Voltera says it delivers at every stage of the value chain – site identification and acquisition, power procurement, facility design and construction, charging hardware deployment, operations and maintenance. The company says it provides EV charging facilities as a service. 

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