Does your parking lot have more electric vehicles than EV parking spots? Parkade tames the chaos, helping drivers share limited EV chargers.
Until now, buildings have needed an EV charger for every single electric vehicle. Parkade enables EV parking to be time limited and easily shared with other building tenants — vastly reducing the number of chargers a building needs.Parkade is private to your building. Learn more »
Whether at a workplace, condo or apartment, Parkade makes it easy to reserve an EV parking spot in advance. EV drivers know in advance whether an EV parking spot (with charger) is available.
Communal chargers invite abuse, as residents leave their cars for too long, or ignore posted time limits. Parkade helps regulate usage of these parking spots.
Parkade makes it easy for a resident with a dedicated charger + parking spot to share their charger with other residents, when not using their parking spot.
"Networked" chargers that bill users for precise usage are twice as expensive as non-networked chargers. Why not just charge based on parking, install cheaper chargers and roll the electricity costs into the price?
Condo owners face a tough choice when deciding whether to pay to install an EV charger just for themselves. With Parkade, they can charge others to use their charger, and recoup costs.
Range anxiety is real for EV owners. Give your employees peace of mind, and let them reserve the EV spots in advance, so they don't have to stress.
Workers leave their cars for too long, or ignore posted time limits, in communal spots. Parkade helps regulate usage of these parking spots, and sends notifications.
EV chargers are expensive. Parkade helps you recoup those costs (if you chose to) and price your EV parking, which allows you to roll out even more EV spots. Plus you can install cheaper non-networked chargers.
It's possible you'll have too much EV parking. If parking is a hot commodity, it's a waste for those spots to site empty. If you price your EV parking, non-EVs could opt to pay to park in an EV spot, if they're in a pinch.