Charge electric vehicles in your public parking lot with
Charles charging robot
Would you like to offer a new charging service to the users of your parking lot? Or develop an existing service? Charles can help you.
INSTALL A CHARGING SERVICE IN YOUR PARKING LOT
You might have noticed the number of electric vehicles coming to your parking lot is on the rise. In fact, the demand for charging is growing and it is becoming increasingly necessary to install charging devices.
BUT NOT ONLY :
Installing charging points on your site can meet other needs and additional demands :
- Comply with new laws
And equipment requirements
- Differentiate from the competition
And attract new customers
- Propose new services to your users
To respond to all demands
What Mob-Energy offers
Mob-Energy offers charging robots for electric vehicles that can be adapted to many types of parking lots. With Charles the electrification of your site is simple and efficient.
EASY TO INSTALL
The Charles charging robot will have a low impact on the electrical infrastructure of your site: it will be able to adapt to your parking lot and ajust its charging station to the power available on your site.
ALL YOUR PARKING SPACES … ELECTRICAL
With Charles, you maximize the profitability of your parking lot and offer the same service to all your customers. No more spaces reserved only for electric or thermal vehicles.
The advantages of Charles on your parking lots
Charles, the charging robot will enable you to benefit from the considerable advantages fto your customers, your parking lots and your company.
For your customers
- More chances to access the service
- No need to free up space
- Ability to manage an emergency
- Plug an play service
For your parking lot
- 100% compatible spaces
- Adaptation to the infrastructure
- Easy connection to the grid
- Further possible new services
For your company
- Adapted to all your parking lots
- Offers a dynamic of innovation
- Reinforces your brand image
- Increases your competitiveness
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