Full-service charging infrastructure – the easy way into eMobility

Electric cars are increasingly in demand – eMobility is catching on. However, with the increasing number of electric cars, an adequate network of charging stations is also required. Companies in particular are now electrifying their fleets and offering their own charging facilities. Now the housing industry, hotels and restaurants are also changing course in terms of mobility and starting to build charging infrastructure. However, the topic of eMobility is still uncharted territory for many. The decision to move towards eMobility therefore raises the question of how to make getting started easy.

Full transparency, no effort – Full Service charging solutions

Full Service packages are the answer, making eMobility available in a holistic, professional manner while keeping the effort for future operators as low as possible. Full Service offerings start with advice on the right solution. All further processes are also handled by experts – from planning and implementation to maintenance, service and support. This takes a lot of pressure off the customer when setting up the charging infrastructure. This close collaboration ensures that the entire process always remains transparent.

Advantages of Full Service

The advantages of Full Service offerings are clear:

  • Anyone can set up charging infrastructure simply and easily without having to deal with small-scale background issues. Customers don’t have to make any effort.
  • There is a single contact person – the Full Service provider – who coordinates all parties involved in the project.
  • Full Service providers have dedicated industry expertise and knowledge of implementation. This enables them to tailor the charging infrastructure specifically to the customers and their needs, and thus to design individual solutions. Newcomers to the world of eMobility, who cannot assess their needs themselves, especially benefit from this experience.

Tip: when choosing a Full Service provider, it is important to use true experts, so that you can rely on the quality and efficiency of your charging infrastructure. Also make sure to choose high-quality charging stations with integrated, intelligent software that have automated billing systems. To ensure that the charging infrastructure provides the ideal solution for your requirements, the Full Service provider should really take care of the handling and coordination of all components, not just offer a partial service.

eMobility in a complete package: this is how the Full Service with reev works

The essential components of the Full Service offering from reev cover the following areas:

1) Consultation and (technical) conceptual design
As a first step, experienced reev experts conduct a detailed consultation and needs assessment with the customer onsite.

2) Installation and set-up
After project planning, the charging stations are installed and set up by a specialised electrician.

3) Operation: software for monitoring and billing
The integration of intelligent reev software ensures simplicity when it comes to operating the charging stations. Software features can include, for example, monitoring of the charging stations in real time, automated billing of charging processes or access control.

4) Maintenance and service
Maintenance and support are also provided. In this way, customers receive full support from reev before, during and after completion of the project.

Conclusion: efficient and effortless. Full Service offerings enable easy entry into eMobility. In addition, high quality of all components throughout the entire process is guaranteed. Above all, support from experienced eMobility experts, even beyond installation, is a key advantage. This ensures that the charging infrastructure always functions perfectly and electric vehicles are always ready for charging.

Do you want to find out more?

Here you will find further information on the reev Full Service.

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