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EVPassport Brings EV Chargers to UBS Asset Management's Investment Trust Properties

EVPassport, the innovative EV charging hardware and software "connected infrastructure" platform, today announced the plan to deploy EVPassport electric vehicle chargers at commercial and multi-family real estate investment trust properties across the United States owned by UBS Asset Management's Real Estate & Private Markets business.  

"We are determined to lower emissions, increase our tenant experience, and deliver value to investors through the implementation of EV charging stations at many of our properties," said Vasilios Diakogeorgiou, Head of Strategic Initiatives, UBS Asset Management. "We will continue to scale our EV charging initiative to ensure our properties continue to lead in innovation and technology."

In a phased rollout, EVPassport will work with UBS to strategically replace and add chargers to their investment trust properties in select markets across the United States.

"We are honored to bring the latest EV charging technology to UBS's investment trust properties nationwide and look forward to making an impact together," said Hooman Shahidi, co-founder and president of EVPassport.

Understanding the EVPassport product

In a crowded market, EVPassport is establishing a strong reputation for its durable hardware, unparalleled customer service, and their API-driven, cloud-based software. Product differentiators include:

  • EVPassport's open network, cloud software technology makes it the 'most discoverable' and the easiest to manage.  With open APIs, it's also integration-ready with existing and future technologies.
  • EVPassport has the simplest and most intuitive driver experience. The brand's exclusive "scan and charge" QR code technology is the simplest and fastest way for EV drivers to charge. Unlike other chargers, there are no fobs, apps or cards required. It's also compatible with all electric vehicle makes and models (not just Tesla, for instance).
  • EVPassport's customer service is unparalleled. One example is EVPassport's exclusive "90 second heartbeat." The company monitors the chargers' operational health remotely every 90 seconds and responds on-demand.