EV Connect wins contract to install and manage 300 charging stations in New York State

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EV Connect, provider of a cloud-based charging station management platform, has won a $4-million contract from the New York Power Authority (NYPA) to install and manage approximately 300 Level 2 charging stations throughout New York State, in addition to 100 charging stations the company is already managing under a 2013 agreement.

For this expanded program, EV Connect will partner with GE and EV Box to provide the charging stations, and with local contractors for the installations.

The NYPA project requires that the hardware and software be built on an open standards-based architecture. The EV Connect platform provides charge station-agnostic command & control; enterprise and energy systems integration via an open API; driver communications and support; and demand-response functionality across multiple charging networks.

EV Connect also recently inked a similar agreement with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).

New York’s Charge NY Initiative aims to create a statewide network of up to 3,000 charging stations by 2018.

“EV Connect is honored to have been awarded this follow-on contract from the New York Power Authority, as it recognizes the success of the existing program and the value we bring to the entire EV ecosystem within New York State”, said Jordan Ramer, EV Connect CEO. “When combined with the recent program from NYSERDA, this award enables us to greatly expand our presence within the state, further utilize our utility demand response technologies, and enhance the EV charging solutions we provide to site hosts and drivers.”


Source: EV Connect

  • jstack6

    Do they have any group to monitor if they are working and providing the correct amount of power for the correct price? In Arizona they vary and we have a lot that don’t work. No one monitors these like they do for a gas pump and some really over charge in $ for their power.

  • joelado

    The 200-mile EV Paradigm doesn’t need that many level 2 chargers and more DC fast charging of 150kWh level and higher.

    We only need one DC fast charging standard too. One Charger to Rule them All.

  • Ramon A. Cardona

    There should be 400 just in parking garages in Manhattan! 400 for the entire state? Really? Well, I guess it is a start.