SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – SemaConnect, the leading provider of electric vehicle charging stations to the North American commercial and residential property market, announces the installation of six of its dual pedestal Series 6 EV charging stations at the international headquarters of Direct Relief in Santa Barbara, California. Active in more than 80 countries, Direct Relief is a renowned international non-profit humanitarian aid organization that provides emergency medical response to communities affected by poverty and disaster. The installation of the SemaConnect charging stations supports the employees who see electric vehicle adoption and reduced emissions as an extension of their work in supporting communities affected by natural disaster.
“We are delighted to have been selected by Direct Relief for the installation of their new electric vehicle charging stations,” said Kevin Zheng, sales manager at SemaConnect. “Direct Relief is saving lives and helping communities affected by climate change. We’re inspired and honored to be chosen as an EV charging partner for their work in the Santa Barbara community.”
The six dual pedestal EV charging stations at Direct Relief’s headquarters are designed for commercial use. In addition to the sleek design, the Series 6 charging stations are rugged, weatherproof, and configured to the SemaConnect smart network. Station administrators at Direct Relief can customize pricing and access, as well as generate reports on usage and offset of greenhouse gases. The six SemaConnect charging stations are ready to use and are open to employees and guests at Direct Relief.