Voltera partners on EV maintenance, fleet support

Voltera partners on EV maintenance, fleet support

Voltera and Amerit have teamed up to support the growing EV maintenance and charging demands.

Voltera has announced a strategic partnership with EV fleet maintenance provider Amerit Fleet Solutions. This nationwide partnership will provide comprehensive mobile fleet maintenance support onsite at EV charging sites that Voltera builds for its clients, the company says. This includes inspections, maintenance and technical support, performed on location as vehicles are charging in Voltera’s charging sites nationwide.

Amerit’s EV Ready Technician Program ensures technicians have undergone extensive training and are certified to perform necessary maintenance and repair on the newest electric vehicles across a broad range of OEMs, the company says.

Voltera says it enables businesses to rapidly scale EV fleets, without investing significant time and upfront capital on EV chargers, hardware and related infrastructure. Voltera accomplishes this by managing site selection, site acquisition, power procurement, facility design and construction, charging hardware and software deployment, operations, and maintenance. The company provides EV charging facilities as a service. Voltera adds it is on track to fund the construction and operation of billions of dollars of EV charging facilities serving many types of businesses, including the drayage, regional haul, short haul, last-mile delivery, ride-hailing, and autonomous transportation sectors. 

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