BlastPoint CEO Alison Alvarez shares the challenges and benefits of electric vehicle (EV) charging in this month’s issue of the Facilities Management Journal (FMJ).
Facilities managers who may be wondering whether now is the time to install EV infrastructure will want to check out Alison Alvarez’s take on the benefits of charging stations at commercial business locations.
Many commercial property owners, developers and facilities managers are considering EV charging. They just aren’t sure whether it’s a good idea now to install electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) at their shopping centers, gyms, restaurants, hotels, schools and more. Given the rapid changes in electrification, the costs associated with infrastructure changes, and the market’s uncertainty, it makes sense that facilities managers are grappling with this important issue.
In her contributed article, “If You Build It, Will They Come?,” appearing in the May/June issue of the Facilities Management Journal, Alvarez shares data and insights on EVSE success stories, challenges, and outcomes of other business leaders who adopted EV charging early.
EVSE is proving to bring higher customer satisfaction as well as environmental benefits. It’s also an effective tool for employee recruitment, earns companies wider public visibility, and more.
Find out how facilities managers and other commercial business operators can participate in the expansion of EV infrastructure and reap the benefits, in “If You Build It, Will They Come?”
Thanks so much to our friends at the Facilities Management Journal and International Facilities Management Association! We appreciate their partnership and help in bringing BlastPoint into the conversation with facilities managers around the world.
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