Cyber Switching Solutions, Inc. is stunning the electric vehicle car charging market with the rollout of their Electric Vehicle Master Controller (EVMC). "We have successfully concluded our product development and testing," exclaimed CEO Chuck Reynolds, "and we are thrilled with the high level of performance and energy saving benefits this Controller has achieved."
The Company is launching the initial Phase of the EV Master Controller rollout. Several select companies are enthusiastically partnering with Cyber Switching Solutions to either upgrade their existing car charging infrastructure, or taking the step forward to set up new charging stations on their company campuses.
These prequalified partners will not only see a quick ROI, but the added benefit of a happier workforce as employees will see the multiple charging option as a welcome relief to the worry and frustration of how to charge their cars throughout the workday. Their facility managers will appreciate the reduced electric bill, too.
Cyber Switching is seeking to fill a few of the remaining slots for their EVMC pilot program. Once qualified, they will work closely with facility managers, architects, and electrical contractors throughout this phase.
"The future of the Electric Vehicle is here, and the imminent danger of an impacted electrical grid is very real; dynamic and progressive solutions need to be set in place now," emphasized Ron Silorio, Chief Technical Officer at Cyber Switching.
"Managing electric bills will become critical. Utility Peak Usage Charges continue to rise exponentially as increased charging demand is placed on the grid," added Executive VP of New Business Development, Frank Podesta. "People don't realize that these demand charges are often 20 times the Base Rate."
The patented EVMC is designed to optimize existing and new EV charging systems. Cyber Switching is excited to be the first to offer this revolutionary technology to its pilot partners. "We are pleased to be a part of the green technology conversation, and honored to be part of the solution," stated Reynolds.
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