EV charging can be a lucrative investment for your business, and charging fees can bring in thousands in revenue per year, depending on your situation and type of business.
This article will break down different charging fee strategies, and includes a table of gross monthly revenue estimates based on a variety of situations and locations that include (and combine) AC and/or DC charging stations, by looking at multiple common EV charging behaviors.
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Beyond direct revenue, EV charging stations can also help attract new customers by putting your business on the map, increase the time they spend at your location, unlock cross-selling opportunities, and enhance your sustainability credentials.
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