SemaConnect

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SemaConnect
Founded 2008
Founder Mahi Reddy
Area served
North America
Products ChargePro™
Website www.semaconnect.com

SemaConnect is an electric vehicle infrastructure company located in Bowie, Maryland founded in 2008 by entrepreneur, Mahi Reddy.[1]

Company[edit]

SemaConnect is a developer and producer of smart networked Electric Vehicle charging stations and sophisticated electric vehicle software for station owners and EV drivers. The company launched in 2008 with the first ChargePro 620 edition and EV software called SemaCharge.

SemaConnect installations and accomplishments include successful deployments of over 150 ChargePro charging stations in Maryland, Virginia and Washington,D.C. In 2011, SemaConnect announced the largest commercial order of EV Charging stations when they partnered with 350Green for the national launch of 1,500 charging stations across the U.S. at major retail locations including Walgreens and Simon Properties.[2] In July 2015, SemaConnect raised $15 million in order to expand their electric car network and customer support services.[3]

SemaConnect Electric vehicle charging station for commercial use

ChargePro[edit]

The ChargePro charging station uses the North American standard SAEJ1772 connector for Level 2 charging. The ChargePro charging station is designed for installation in commercial properties including municipal, parking, multifamily, hotel, office and retail locations.[4] The ChargePro can have a single or double head unit, and can come with or without a cable management system.

Partnerships[edit]

  1. SemaConnect partners with MobileNOW to permit EV Charging payment by cell phone with the Charge Pro.[5]
  2. PlugShare(under company Recargo) and SemaConnect partner to offer new public charger payment solutions.[6]

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