Electric Vehicle Resources
Cooperatives Can Now Deliver Peace of Mind to the EV Member Experience
Electric Vehicle adoption is expected to accelerate, with more than 20 percent of annual vehicle sales expected to be EVs by 2030. As more EVs enter the market, more of your members will be requesting information on charger installation and incentive programs.
A JD Power study indicates that members who are made are aware of incentive programs participate in those programs, and their satisfaction with their energy cooperative increases. However, nearly 50% of those polled indicated they didn’t know if their co-op offered such programs.
Over 70% of electric vehicle (EV) owners express concern at the potential of their Level 2 charger breaking down. HomeServe has introduced a first-to-market solution with cooperative members in mind. Our Interior Electrical with EV Charger Protection Plan ensures member concerns can be quickly remedied when their Level 2 EV charger (EVSE) is not functioning, reducing potential negative impacts to cooperatives’ call centers. We can help educate your members and fill the charger warranty gap or provide protection for out-of-warranty chargers.
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One of the biggest obstacles to wider adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is range anxiety and “charging deserts,” or disadvantaged areas where public charging stations are not readily available. Currently, there are 113,500...
EV Charging Stations Provided Through Public-Private Partnership
HomeServe participated in the October unveiling of the newly renovated "Courthouse Square in Texarkana USA,” which included the ribbon-cutting for two new Electric Vehicle charging stations installed on the square. Through a partnership between the City of Texarkana,...
Electric Vehicles Expand Energy Equity Opportunities
The transportation sector has been the largest CO2 producer in the United States since 2017 when it surpassed power generation, a sector which reduced CO2 emissions through the switch from coal to natural gas and growth in renewables. Transportation is currently...