TurnOnGreen Completes Installation of EV Chargers at the Alisal


Milpitas, CA, February 11, 2022 — TurnOnGreen, Inc. (“TurnOnGreen”), has partnered with The Glen Centre, in Los Angeles, California to expand the property’s electric vehicle charging capabilities for its thousands of annual visitors. 

The Alisal has consistently ranked as one of the top resorts in the country. The property features 73 rooms, two private championship golf courses, a variety of equestrian activities, six tennis courts, a private lake, and miles of bike trails. Conveniently located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, The Alisal offers a five-star resort experience with an expanding charging infrastructure ideal for EV drivers seeking destination vacations. It is recommended that visitors planning to drive their EV to The Alisal download the TurnOnGreen application before visiting the property.

“We are pleased to complete phase one of this project in such a short period of time, as the demand for EV charging at The Alisal is at an all-time high,” said Marcus Charuvastra, Chief Revenue Officer for TurnOnGreen. “When resorts like The Alisal improve their EV charging infrastructure, we believe they become much more accessible and appealing to the growing number of EV drivers.”

“By executive order, at least 50% of all new passenger cars and light trucks sold in 2030 must be zero-emission vehicles, and we believe EV charging will continue to be a fast-growing segment of private and public infrastructure to satisfy the increasing demand,” said Amos Kohn, Chief Executive Officer for TurnOnGreen. “Our products, services, and staff are well-positioned for rapid and affordable deployment throughout North America and abroad to meet the demands of the EV market.”

According to the United States Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center, there are 46,000 public charging stations in the U.S. and 1.8 million EVs on the road. The Edison Electric Institute estimates that there will be 22 million EVs on U.S. roads by 2030 and will make up more than 27% of annual U.S. light-duty vehicle sales.


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