Posts Tagged: Semaconnect

EVSE provider SemaConnect secures investment from private equity firm Trilantic

SemaConnect, a provider of charging infrastructure solutions, has received a substantial minority investment from private equity firm Trilantic North America. Founder and CEO Mahi Reddy and COO Mark Pastrone each continue to own “meaningful equity stakes” in the business, and will lead the company through its next phase of growth. SemaConnect has sold over 10,000… Read more »

ROEV Association brings together major players to promote charging network interoperability

Many services that we enjoy in the modern world are provided by a patchwork of local or regional companies, and they depend on some sort of national or international network to provide a seamless experience for consumers. The classic examples are mobile phones and ATMs, but there are many other examples (long distance telephony, airlines,… Read more »

Recargo and SemaConnect partner to offer new public charger payment solution

EV software provider Recargo has partnered with charging station operator SemaConnect to launch a new public charger payment solution. Pay With PlugShare is designed to integrate payment features with PlugShare, a crowdsourced map of public, private and residential charging locations. Pay With Plugshare will be available at more than 300 SemaConnect charging stations in the… Read more »

Retroactive federal tax credit now available for EV charging stations

If we’re going to drive off a cliff, at least we can do so with our batteries fully charged. As part of the agreement that slammed on the brakes just short of the so-called “fiscal cliff,” the federal government reinstated a tax credit for EV charging stations that had expired at the end of 2011…. Read more »

The state of EV charging: more questions than answers

As you may have guessed, we at Charged believe that electricity is the best way to power our vehicles in the post-fossil fuel era. Compared to other contending technologies (biofuels, natural gas, hydrogen), electricity is the most efficient, and our best shot to be truly sustainable. However, there’s a much more immediate reason why automakers… Read more »