Xeal today announced an agreement with Hunt Companies, Inc. to install 19 Level-2 chargers at the Daniel Kahikina Akaka Department of Veterans Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinic in Kalaeloa, Oahu, Hawaii. Xeal’s installation of the chargers is expected to be completed in Q2 2023.
Xeal Welcomes Two ChargePoint Veterans to Sales Team
Xeal, a leading provider of EV charging stations and smarter technology for the multifamily industry, today announced that former ChargePoint executives Mike DiNucci and Joan Dunne are joining the company as Senior Vice President of Sales and Head of Revenue Operations, respectively.
EV Chargers: Doing It Right the First Time
Consumers have left no doubt that EVs are the future of American transportation. Multifamily developers are in a position to prepare now, installing an adequate number of chargers to meet today’s demands, as well as future-proof their portfolio as EV sales and adoption continue to skyrocket.
Interview with Zander Isaacson, Co-Founder and CEO of Xeal
The electric vehicle movement is speeding up, making significant gains over the last several years. The industry, however, faces an uphill battle with the availability of reliable chargers for owners. The team at Xeal is solving for this issue.
Industry Trends Report | Week of November 14
The top storylines in multifamily this week are monetizing technology, hyper-personalization in leasing, EV charging stations, Charlotte emerges as a leading multifamily market, affordable housing measures gain popularity and holiday event ideas for multifamily communities.
Faster, More Powerful EV Charging Means Nothing Without Reliability
Reliability is a must-have for EV charging stations but current legacy chargers are not equipped with the right technology to meet uptime demands. Connectivity and payment processing are challenges that severely hamper reliability, as well as revenue and profitability.
DCFCs Can’t Be the Blanket Solution for EV Charging
While public fast-charging networks have dominated much of the electric vehicle (EV) charging discussion and while public investment is important to the ultimate success of EVs, owners prefer to charge vehicles at their place of residence, necessitating the prioritization of at-home charging.
EV Charging Basics for Multifamily Owners
Data in the 2022 NMHC/Grace Hill Renter Preferences Report found that 27 percent of respondents were interested in electric car charging stations, up from 25 percent in 2020. The respondents also said they would pay more in rent for this amenity–an additional $28.12 per month.
Xeal Partners With Harrison St. to Deploy 300+ EV Charging Stations
Xeal and Harrison Street today announced a partnership under which Xeal will install more than 300 EV charging stations at select Harrison Street senior housing, student housing, life science, and medical office properties located in California, Massachusetts, Texas and Virginia.
High Demand for EVs Means a High Demand for Charging Stations
A perfect storm of increasing availability, better affordability, intensifying environmentalism and record-high gas prices have placed EVs at the forefront for a larger number of car buyers. This culmination of market factors makes an EV charging plan absolutely necessary for today’s multifamily communities.