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Fast Park Answers Growing Demand with Ten EV Charging Station Installations

Last year, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, electric vehicle (EV) sales tripled in the U.S. As market demand continues to grow, offsite airport parking company, Fast Park, installed ten charging stations in three of its 13 markets. The program will be branded FastCharge at all locations and charging a vehicle will be a complimentary service for Fast Park customers.

Two cars charge at the new FastCharge stations in Orlando. (PRNewsFoto/Fast Park)

“Our priority is always to exceed our customers’ expectations and meet their changing needs,” said Melanie Chavez, Executive Vice President of Construction and Branding at Fast Park. “We are seeing a growing need for EV charging in specific markets. In Orlando and Cincinnati, for example, many of our customers have already been utilizing our outdoor-rated GFCI outlets. We’re now taking this a step further to install dual charging stations in three of our markets: Austin, Baltimore and Orlando. We see this as our first step to meeting our customers’ EV needs. We will monitor customer response and, if favorable, roll-out this program in our remaining ten markets by 2015.”

Through the ChargePoint America Program, Fast Park received four dual ChargePoint EV charging stations in Austin, three in Baltimore and three in Orlando. Each unit can charge two cars at once. Clients with electric vehicles will find charging station units near the entrance of each Fast Park location with prominent FastCharge signage displayed.

“Our EV customers will be directed to a charging station as they pull into the Fast Park lot,” said Chavez. “They can immediately plug in their vehicle to charge before they board the shuttle and head off to the airport. Upon their return our EV customers will find a fully-charged vehicle waiting for them.”

Fast Park will work with clients before they leave to determine whether the cars will remain plugged in after charging is complete or whether Fast Park will move the vehicles to make more room for others in need of charging.

During the next two years, the Department of Energy and ChargePoint will collect information from the Fast Park and other charging stations to help manufacturers and community planners optimize charging infrastructure.

About Fast Park

Fast Park is a leading offsite airport parking company headquartered in Cincinnati. With 17 facilities in 13 markets throughout the country, its brands include FastPark&Relax, FastPark2, Airport Fast Park and Park Place. Fast Park offers the highest-quality customer service at its facilities 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Its convenient shuttle service transports travelers directly from their parking spot to their terminal. Facilities are located in the following cities: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore-BWI, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston-IAH, Indianapolis, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Orlando, Raleigh and Tucson. For more information, visit www.theFastPark.com or visit Fast Park’s Facebook page.

About ChargePoint

ChargePoint is the largest online network of independently owned EV charging stations operating in 14 countries. For EV drivers, ChargePoint provides state-of-the-art features including the ability to locate, reserve and navigate to unoccupied charging stations with online tools and mobile applications. ChargePoint locations may be found online and are included on the free ChargePoint mobile application for Android and iPhone mobile design devices.

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Source thefastpark.com

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