Noodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, has launched a specific set of EV chargers and apps for hotel properties, making it easier than ever for those in the hospitality industry to grow their business. The announcement was made by CEO Jennifer Chang.
HOUSTON, TX JULY 26, 2022
oodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, has launched a specific set of EV chargers and apps for hotel properties, making it easier than ever for those in the hospitality industry to grow their business. The announcement was made by CEO Jennifer Chang.
“For hotels and resorts looking for a competitive edge, EV charging stations run by Noodoe hardware and hospitality apps are an essential amenity,” says Chang. “Every destination needs to install charging stations because customers demand it. Noodoe has a complete line of charging stations and guest-centric microservices that make your property stand out.”
Noodoe’s robust Microservices Library accessed via Noodoe EV OS feature a rich set of options for hotel owners to entice guests. Noodoe station owners are allowed special charging access codes, discount codes and voucher codes to reward loyal customers and special employees. Noodoe EV OS oversees charging station activities with minimal management but maximum revenue potential. All Noodoe chargers are easy to install and run on Noodoe EV OS, meaning any model and capacity of charger supports all applications.
Around the world, many nations are on the fast track to EV adoption. As noted on a recent CNBC newscast, European lawmakers just voted to ban the sale of new diesel and gasoline cars and vans in the EU from 2035. Many countries are expected to follow Europe’s lead.
Figures released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveal greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transportation account for 27 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Alarmingly, between 1990 and 2020, emissions from the transportation sector increased more than any other sector. These effects, combined with the known financial benefits of fleet electrification when assessed from a TCO perspective, provide a strong incentive for fleet transition. It’s no surprise that BloombergNEF’s recent Electric Vehicle Report shows that fully one third of the world’s commercial vehicles could go electric by 2040.
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