Last Updated: November 28th, 2023 | EV Charging Management Platform
First-time operations have to learn many new terms when installing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, including AC and DC powered stations. Ensuring a high level of charger uptime is a major requirement for new installations to receive funding. Beyond installation, EV charger uptime directly impacts the user experience for drivers, managers, and future industry workers.
Consider a coffee machine you use regularly – nothing too fancy, just a few button pushes before the delicious drink is in your cup. You rely on the machine to function and provide the buzz you want. Now, imagine if the machine is unreliable and you don’t know if it’s working unless you’re in front of it. As a result, you are often disappointed. Why would you keep coming back? When it comes to EV charging solutions, all users benefit from (and are more likely to return to) a reliable EV charging experience.
Once you spend time, money, and effort to install EV charging infrastructure, you expect it to work. Downtime impacts normal business operations and takes attention away from other duties. At the end of the day, it’s a hassle when an employee or manager has to shift resources to fix a problem. Alternatively, high uptime EV charging software ensures a functional system with greatly reduced hands-on management required. First, set pricing, access, and load balancing behaviors. Then move on and allow the software to take care of things. Revenue rolls in, customers come back, and business runs smoothly.
Install reliable EV charging solutions and the rest will fall into place. Regardless if installing public EV chargers, updating the workplace, or investing in private stations, high uptime matters. Don’t add to your workload; install Powered by Noodoe charging stations and automate your services. Instead of managing your stations, trust your stations to manage themselves.