Milpitas, CA, Apr. 25, 2022 — TurnOnGreen Inc. (“TurnOnGreen”), has successfully completed an electric vehicle charger installation project with The Hampton Inn in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The electrification project consisted of the installation and activation of the company’s commercial network level 2 chargers, the EVP700G, in the guest parking lot. The chargers are searchable and accessible through the TurnOnGreen mobile application and initiate a charging session with the App, QR code, or RFID card. The TurnOnGreen mobile application is available for download on the App Store for iPhone users and Google Play for Android users.
The Hampton Inn is a hotel brand owned by Hilton Worldwide, with locations throughout the United States. The newly built hotel, located at 11669 Foothill Blvd, in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, is expected to open in July 2022 and will service travelers from all over the United States. Located minutes away from the Ontario Airport, The Hampton Inn is halfway between Palm Springs and Los Angeles, with shopping, dining, and recreation minutes away at Victoria Gardens, Ontario Mills Mall, Toyota Arena, and the Auto Club Speedway. The Hampton Inn will provide visitors access to TurnOnGreen EV charging services to help reduce range anxiety and encourage zero-emission vehicle use in the region.
“The Hampton Inn brand is synonymous with quality and sustainability. We are proud to provide EV charging services to this brand-new location in Rancho Cucamonga, CA,” said Marcus Charuvastra, Chief Revenue Officer for TurnOnGreen. “We believe EV charging services are a vital amenity for all hotels to attract the thousands of travelers driving or renting an electric vehicle.”
“We are diligently working on expanding our commercial charging network throughout North America to meet the tidal wave of demand that is coming,” said Amos Kohn, CEO of TurnOnGreen. “TurnOnGreen’s commercial EV chargers can provide businesses the flexibility to offer guests and employees EV charging services for a fee or free of charge and provide an opportunity for businesses to monetize parking spaces.”
The California Air Resources Board recently proposed the Advanced Clean Cars II Regulations (ACCII), which would require 35% of new passenger vehicle sales to be powered by batteries or hydrogen by 2026, and 100% of sales to be net-zero emissions by 2035. The proposal also calls for zero-emissions sales to account for 68% of total sales by 2030.