Voltpost launches lamppost EV charger in US

US-based lamppost EV charging company Voltpost has launched its curbside EV charger.

The company retrofits lampposts into a modular and upgradable Level 2 EV charging platform powered by a mobile app to provide convenient and affordable charging while reducing the cost and time of installation, maintenance and footprint of chargers.

Voltpost is developing EV charging projects in major US metro areas, including New York, Chicago and Detroit.

The Voltpost curbside EV charger features integrated retractable cable management, flexible design for various uses accommodating either two or four charging ports and modular platform design for convenient exchanges and upgrades. Its ChargePlug function has a pulsing light that routes the cable at a 90˚ angle to the car socket to reduce safety hazards. Its Charge Station Management System (CSMS) provides charging analytics, enabling site hosts to set features including pricing, and to remotely monitor chargers.

“Voltpost is striving to make EV chargers as common as the traditional lamppost. We are empowering people with convenient and affordable charging access that fits into the fabric of the built environment,” said Jeff Prosserman, co-founder and CEO of Voltpost.

Source: Voltpost

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