EV Charging Model Assessment
Choose a Charging Model Aligned with Your Strategy, Risk Appetite, and Market Conditions
One of the most critical decisions you’ll make as a participant in the EV revolution is what charger deployment model works best for your business. As a host for EV charging stations, you need to decide how much control you want over your charging deployment strategy and equipment operations versus how much guidance and support you would like to have from EV Supply Equipment (EVSE) experts. The more support you choose, the less risk you take, but the lower the potential benefits may be.
By fully assessing the pros and cons of the different EV charger deployment models available within the unique context of your business and EV strategy, you can select the charger model that will best meet your goals and objectives and position your business to be a successful part of the EV solution.
With an Impact 21 EV Charging Model Assessment, you can confidently determine the best EV charger deployment model for your business:
EV Charging Model Analysis. Explore and assess which charger deployment model is best aligned with supporting your business strategy and goals—EVSE manufacturer-owned, host-owned, or hybrid.
EV Branding Analysis. Consider the best branding approach for your EV effort—EVSE manufacture branding, co-branding, or white label—and understand the implications for driving demand, supporting loyalty programs, and increasing cross-shop spending.
Qualitative Economic Analysis. Gain insight into the economic drivers impacting charger deployment models as well as the available funding sources to help guide the choice of owning versus renting your charging equipment.
The Impact 21 EV Charger Model Assessment is carefully crafted to help convenience retail executives fully understand their options for entering the EV revolution including the risks and rewards associated with each approach. Our industry experts provide you with charger deployment model recommendations that you can feel good about implementing, knowing you’re entering the transition, fully set up for both short- and long-term success.