Washington, DC – SemaConnect, Inc. has announced that it has been chosen by Atlanta-based Luckie Street Properties to install electric vehicle charging stations in the Turner Enterprises’ employee parking lot, adjacent to the Turner Building. The charging stations, located underneath the Luckie Street Solar Project canopies, highlight the company’s continued commitment to renewable energy.
“We are very pleased to be working with Turner Enterprises on providing electric vehicle charging options at its Luckie Street Solar Project location,” said Mark Pastrone, VP of Business Development at SemaConnect. “The 25-canopy solar project provides an estimated 25% of the Turner Building’s total annual energy needs.”
SemaConnect’s networked electric vehicle charging stations and web-based management software make it easy for station owners to deploy at their properties. The stations are sophisticated, networked Level II (240Volts, 30Amps) commercial grade and come bundled with web-based management software which allow station owners to:
- Manage time-of-use pricing with built-in payment gateway
- Run sustainability reports on fossil fuel and CO2 emissions
- See real-time electricity metering
- Manage electric vehicle driver usage
For EV drivers, SemaConnect has an iPhone and Android smart phone app that allows them to manage charging sessions, search for stations, and manage their accounts. SemaConnect has also partnered with Recargo on their PlugShare app, the most widely used application for electric vehicle drivers, which allows them to start a charging session right from the PlugShare app for more convenience.
To download the iPhone app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/semaconnect/id471861561?mt=8.
To download the Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.semaconnect&hl=en
About Luckie Street Solar Project
The Luckie Street Solar Project is located on the employee parking lot adjacent to the Turner Building in Atlanta, GA. Comprised of 25 solar canopies, it is the first and largest solar installation of its kind in downtown Atlanta. The array provides energy to both the Turner Building offices and the Ted’s Montana Grill restaurant. For more information, please visit http://www.tedturner.com/renewable-energy/.