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Voltera, Amerit to bring EV maintenance support to charging facilities

Jan. 11, 2023
The partnership includes electric vehicle inspections, maintenance, and technical support as vehicles charge in Voltera’s charging sites nationwide.

Voltera, which develops and operates electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities as a full-service solution for clients, just announced a partnership with Amerit Fleet Solutions to provide mobile fleet maintenance support at EV charging sites that Voltera builds for its clients. 

Voltera’s partnership with Amerit includes inspections, maintenance, and technical support, performed on location as vehicles are charging in Voltera’s charging sites nationwide. Through its EV Ready Technician Program, Amerit said it 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.

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“Amerit is an industry leader in fleet maintenance and has demonstrated a laser focus on the new area of EV fleet maintenance” said Matt Horton, CEO of Voltera. “Voltera is not just deploying charging; we are managing operations on behalf of our customers which includes bringing strategic partners to the table, like Amerit, to maximize vehicle availability.”

As a turnkey solution provider, Voltera aims to enable businesses to 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, shouldering the capital investment expense so customers can instead focus capital on their operations. Voltera is on track to fund 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. 

“We’re happy to partner with Voltera and simplify the maintenance and support of electric fleet vehicles by bringing comprehensive services directly to their charging depots.” said Dan Williams, CEO of Amerit Fleet Solutions “Amerit will continue to execute on its industry-leading EV fleet support program, which alleviates the burden and complexity of maintaining these complex vehicles and ensures maximum uptime.”

This article originally appeared on FleetOwner.com.

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