Greenlots allows utilities, municipalities, car park operators, and EV manufacturers and distributors to install, own, and operate their own local charging networks, including fully solar-powered units called Greenlots Solar Charging Stations.
The solar-charging stations generate 3.15 kWh on a typical day, or enough to charge two to four electric scooters.
Greenlots’ goal is to create a station in each city that has conditions conducive to EVs, such as stop-and-go traffic as well as abundant parking lots and electricity.
Using existing infrastructure and power grids simplifies installation and keeps set-up costs low. EV drivers can sign up with Greenlots to obtain a Greenlots Key. This will allow them to plug in and charge at any Greenlots’ station.
The company has already begun to install networks in Singapore, including a Greenlots Solar Charging Station there, and has recently signed its first distribution partners in Europe and the Asia-Pacific with the hopes of targeting all of the EV ‘hot spot’ cities like Tokyo, Sydney, Barcelona, and San Francisco.
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- SolarChargedDriving.Com's map of solar-powered EV charging stations
- A new solar-powered EV chaging station for Oregon
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