Voltera partners with Zayo on EV charging site connectivity

Voltera partners with Zayo on EV charging site connectivity

The companies aim to mitigate connectivity issues early by evaluating potential sites based on broadband availability.

Voltera Power is partnering with Zayo Group, a provider of communications infrastructure solutions, to bring advanced connectivity to its EV charging and hydrogen refueling facilities across the U.S. By including broadband network availability in the evaluation of potential sites, Voltera and Zayo said they can mitigate connectivity challenges early on, reducing cost and improving time to market for zero-emissions fleets.

“Site selection is a complex process that can incur significant costs before breaking ground,” Steve Renda, head of commercial operations at Voltera said. “By including broadband availability in our site evaluation process, Voltera can reduce the cost and time involved in site selection. Our partnership with Zayo also allows fleet managers to address their communications and charging/refueling requirements as part of a single, bundled solution, making the adoption of new technologies and vehicles that much simpler.”

Zayo will provide connectivity to support Voltera’s fueling, charging, and site operations, and also enable high-bandwidth and secure data transfer for Voltera’s fleet customers, the company said.

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