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New EV Charger: TurnOnGreen EV700 Plants Trees for Every Purchase

Looking into EV charger options? There are lots out there, but this high-performance newcomer even plants a tree with every purchase!

It’s no secret that climate change is one of the most pressing threats against the future of humanity. TurnOnGreen, Inc. is a new player to the EV charging scene, bringing their expansive EVSE lineup to the market in 2021. The company is disrupting the EV charger market by combining the passions of daily EV drivers for smart technology, high-performance electric vehicle charging equipment, and environmental activism and sustainability into one powerhouse brand in the e-mobility sector.

This Silicon Valley-based Green Energy Technology company has utilized its 50+ years of experience in providing in revolutionary power technologies for diverse emerging markets to launch its new, innovative line of EV chargers. Owned by BitNile Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: NILE) based out of Las Vegas, NV, TurnOnGreen is a subsidiary of an organization shaping the future through digital assets and corporate investments in green energy technologies. Unlike other “startup” companies, TurnOnGreen has an army of businesses and financial experts in the clean energy, cryptocurrency, and the automotive spaces supporting them along the way. The brand has become one of the fastest growing EV charger companies in the United States and Canada and is gaining increased media attention for their sustainable mission and unique EV product features.

Introducing the EV700 Level 2 Smart Charger

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TurnONGreen’s star product, the EV700 Level 2 Smart Charger, recently received a 4.6 out of 5 star review from Tom Moloughney’s EV Charging YouTube channel: State of Charge. Moloughney is the Senior Editor of InsideEvs, and noted its RFID features and the security benefits for apartment complexes, workplaces, and other areas where access control is needed.

Unlike other “smart” chargers on the market, the EV700 can be configured to initiate charging sessions in three different ways; users can plug in and charge, use any type of RFID to activate a session, or use the EV700 APP to start a charge.   The EV700 features a unique, eye-catching design with attractive LED status indicator lights. Overnight, it can easily add 200 or more miles of range to an electric car so drivers can start each morning knowing they have all the range they need for the day ahead. Users can also schedule charging sessions in advance on the EV700 app to take advantage of off-peak hourly rates. The EV700 is compatible with Tesla and Non-Tesla EVs alike and works easily with standard J-1772 Tesla model adapters (included with every Tesla purchase).

Additionally, the charger is both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled, so the EV700 can be used with ease in dead spots like underground parking structures that don’t have a Wi-Fi connection setup. Other impressive features on the EV700 include its emergency stop button, touch screen, robust (freezer tested) plug and body, steel outer shell, its app-compatibility, and a 3-year product warranty. 

Buy a Charger, Plant a Tree.

TurnOnGreen has made an intense commitment to promote environmental sustainability through thoughtful reforestation efforts. It is a proud partner of One Tree Planted, an environmental non-profit organization that supports reforestation efforts around the world. Through its “One4One” initiative, TurnOnGreen donates one tree to be planted for every charger sold to their customers. The company kicked off the One4One initiative with a donation of 1,000 trees to support rebuilding efforts after the devastating Sheep Fire in California.

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CleanTechnica readers save 10% on an EV700 Smart Charger from TurnOnGreen purchased through Amazon or the TurnOnGreen webstore by using the coupon code CleanTech10. The discount will be applied at checkout. Learn more about TurnOnGreen’s star product here: EV700 Level 2 Smart Charger.

This article is supported by TurnOnGreen.

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