XCharge NA to supply charging ports for Kaptyn’s Las Vegas EV fleet

Charging systems provider XCharge North America (NA) will replace 10 of transportation service Kaptyn’s Level 2 EV charging stations with its direct current fast charging (DCFC) equipment to reduce its vehicle charging times.

Kaptyn operates 100 EVs throughout the US, including a fleet of 55 EVs—mainly Tesla vehicles—in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas fleet was frequently outsourcing charging to Tesla’s Super Charging Network, where it has to compete with other car businesses and Tesla owners for charging access. XCharge NA’s technology allows Kaptyn to increase its own infrastructure without increasing its power capacity.

Kaptyn plans to deploy more XCharge NA charging hubs over the next five years.

“This partnership underscores our commitment to providing a scalable EV charger strategy that democratizes EV charging access for EV fleet operators,” said Aatish Patel, XCharge NA’s co-founder and President. The easily installed 8 DCFC ports across 4 chargers will alleviate Kaptyn’s congested charging process and maximize their fleet performance.”

Source: XCharge NA

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