SparkCharge unveils next-gen mobile EV charger and new monthly charging offer

SparkCharge, the provider of a novel mobile charging service, has released a next-generation mobile charging system, the RoadieCCS, as well as ChargeUp, a new charging delivery service, that “promises to charge a vehicle wherever it is for just $25 per month.”

“Being able to have your EV charged whenever and wherever you’d like takes away the time wasted at chargers, and eliminates the worry of finding a charger that isn’t out of order,” said Josh Aviv, SparkCharge’s CEO and founder. “We’ve focused solely on making charging as easy as possible, from building the portable charging hardware to mobilize charging and the software to make it easy to access.”

SparkCharge says that its new charge delivery service, ChargeUp, “is available to EV drivers as a $25 subscription. Subscribers receive DC fast charging delivered to their vehicles at their homes, office parking lots, street parking or wherever their vehicles are.”

“It’s been really fun to see the reaction of people when they learn that they can have someone come to their car and charge it all month for only $25,” says Aviv. “Most people pay more than that in a week at a public charging station and twice that for a month of home charging.”

“People living in apartments and condos can now own an EV without having to convince the property owners to install stationary chargers,” said VP of Marketing Joshua Rapoza. “We’ve even had property management companies and auto dealers offering to pay for the service for their customers.”

The heart of the company’s system is the RoadieCCS, a portable charging system that consists of stackable modules. “We’ve spent hours listening to our partners and understanding their struggles and needs. All of that learning was then focused on the development of the RoadieCCS,” says Aviv. “We made it easier to carry, stack, and have added IoT connectivity to allow owners to gather important information like state of charge, geographic location, wattage delivered, and more.”

“We have done more than create a mobile charging network,” Aviv concludes. “We’ve created an entirely new concept: Charging as a Service (CaaS). It’s convenient, completely independent of current infrastructure, and is exactly what EV owners deserve: freedom.”

Source: SparkCharge