OpConnect installs chargers at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
OpConnect struck a deal with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to install charging stations in Southern California.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car is installing OpConnect electric vehicle charging stations in its Santa Monica and Torrance offices to support the rental car company’s growing fleet of electric vehicles.
Portland-based OpConnnect said Enterprise will use the company's quad port design which can recharge four vehicles at the same time. In addition, the OpConnect stations are networked to restrict charging to Enterprise's customers.
"Enterprise has been a leader in the adoption of electric vehicles into their rental fleet and we are pleased to include these facilities into our growing charging infrastructure network," OpConnect President Dexter Turner said in a press release.
"We are thrilled to offer our customers a faster and more convenient way to use electric vehicles," said Greg Tabak, director of business rental for Enterprise in Southern California. "Our partnership with OpConnect enhances our ability to provide customers with the ultimate test drive when renting an electrical vehicle. Enterprise has the largest network of car rental locations, making it a key part of the value chain. Partnerships like this help manufacturers conduct hundreds of thousands of test drives that are essential to the adoption of new technology."
Customers can rent electric vehicles from 12 Enterprise-Rent-A-Car locations. The OpConnect pilot program was brokered by OpConnect's exclusive distributor, Go EV.
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