We Tackle Your Toughest EV
Infrastructure Challenges

We understand that deploying and operating EVs at scale is hard. Identifying, permitting, and powering EV charging sites in the right place at the right time is complex and time-consuming. Acquiring and developing facilities is capital-intensive and risky. We tackle those tough challenges so you don't have to.


One Strategic Partner, One Turnkey Solution

As a true development and operations partner and turnkey solution provider, Voltera delivers at every stage of the value chain. Providing EV charging facilities as a service, we take on the CapEx so you can focus your capital on your business.

Site Identification

We work with you to identify the properties that are strategically located to optimize your routes, permittable for commercial use, with enough land and power to suit your needs today and into the future.

Site Acquisition

We have the relationships – with real estate owners, policymakers, and community groups – to ensure speed of site acquisition with the appropriate permits. We finance the site (purchase or lease) so you don’t have to.

Power Procurement

We have strong relationships with utilities and a history of delivering critical capacity to meet our customers' needs. Where power is constrained, we can deploy solutions such as a new substation or battery storage.

Design & Construction

Working closely with you, we design the site to maximize utilization today and into the future. We manage construction leveraging proven processes and best-in-class partners for quality, speed, and cost efficiency.

EVSE Hardware Deployment

Our dedicated team of product experts stays on top of the rapidly evolving hardware ecosystem. That way, our EVSE selection optimizes availability and operational efficiency, reduces cost, and enables scale.

Operations & Maintenance

Our #1 goal is maximizing vehicle time in service. We also manage power consumption to maximize efficiency and minimize cost. And at full-service depots we manage best-in-class amenities providers.

Charging Infrastructure as a Service

As the only infrastructure partner you need across the value chain, we deliver a turnkey solution as a service, taking on the capex (and the associated risk) so you can focus your capital on your business.

EV Charging Capacity
Where and When You Need It

With a unique ability to acquire, permit, and power strategically located sites, and a growing portfolio of shovel-ready sites, Voltera empowers you to get your EVs on the road at scale, on a faster timeline. We're investing more than $1 billion in equity capital on deployments that are both customer-driven (in a particular location for a particular customer) and thesis-driven (proactive development in the strategic locations where you'll need capacity).

Enabling Electrification
Across the Transportation Industry

Rideshare & Taxis

With policymakers and consumers alike pushing for reduced GHG emissions, being first to market with a fleet of electric vehicles could be a game-changing competitive advantage.

How Voltera helps:

  • We have the proven expertise to deploy infrastructure at scale very quickly, and a growing portfolio of shovel-ready sites for speed to market
  • We develop facilities in strategic locations to minimize deadheading and maximize vehicle time in service
  • To support autonomous vehicle fleets, we locate facilities along training routes, design them to be easily navigable by AVs, and provide high-bandwidth data transfer solutions on-site

Delivery & Distribution

We understand that for D&D fleets, it’s all about speed to customer. For EVs to work for last mile delivery, strategically located facilities and fast, reliable charging turnaround are essential.

How Voltera helps:

  • We develop facilities in strategic locations to maximize vehicle time in service and minimize delivery time
  • We design and operate the facility accounting for varied vehicle types and duty cycles, charging needs, and driver amenities, reducing the time vehicles spend waiting for a charge
  • Site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site maximize vehicle time-in-service

Drayage

High competition for land near ports and congestion concerns from local communities make acquiring and permitting sites for EV fleet charging particularly capital-intensive, complex, and time-consuming.

How Voltera helps:

  • We expend the capital and assume the risk, delivering shared or dedicated facilities as a service, so you can keep your resources focused on optimizing fleet operations
  • We have a proven track record of navigating regulatory complexity, working with community groups, and developing creative power solutions to get sites permitted and powered
  • We design and operate the site to account for the varied tractor and trailer configurations unique to drayage, reducing the time vehicles spend navigating the facility or waiting for a charge

Utility Service & Maintenance

Ensuring a successful transition to EVs without distracting from the core business is key. But minimizing vehicle downtime is a much different challenge with a fleet of electric vehicles.

How Voltera helps:

  • As a strategic partner with a flexible engagement model serving your needs from site identification through facility operations, we help you simplify and speed deployment of EVs at scale
  • We acquire the site (purchase or lease) so you don’t have to, enabling you to retain flexibility and stay focused on your core business
  • Site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site maximize vehicle time-in-service

Car Rental

As consumer interest in zero emissions vehicles continues to rise, adding EVs to the fleet is a tremendous opportunity to escape the race-to-the-bottom commoditization of rental services.

How Voltera helps:

  • We develop facilities in strategic locations (including at airports and in urban centers) to enable your transition to EVs while maintaining your existing operational advantages
  • We design and operate the facility with a range of charging options and on-site services like cleaning to ensure fast turnaround time and maximize vehicle utilization
  • Site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site maximize vehicle time-in-service

Automakers

Charging infrastructure availability is the #1 barrier to consumer adoption of EVs. Reaching the levels of EV sales automakers have targeted will require deployment of charging infrastructure at scale, nationwide.

How Voltera helps:

  • We have the proven expertise to deploy infrastructure at scale very quickly, and a growing portfolio of shovel-ready sites for speed to market
  • We develop facilities in strategic locations to ensure your customers have easy access to charge their vehicles when and where they need to
  • We finance the site (purchase or lease) so you don't have to, enabling you to retain flexibility and stay focused on your core business

Rideshare & Taxis

With policymakers and consumers alike pushing for reduced GHG emissions, being first to market with a fleet of electric vehicles could be a game-changing competitive advantage.

How Voltera helps:

  • We have a proven track record of deploying charging depots very quickly, and a growing portfolio of shovel-ready sites to speed your time to market
  • We acquire, permit, and power sites in strategic locations to minimize deadheading, maximize vehicle time in service, and realize the emissions reduction promise of EVs
  • To support autonomous vehicle fleets, we site depots along training routes, design them to be easily navigable by AVs, and provide high-bandwidth data transfer solutions on-site

Drayage

High competition for land near ports and congestion concerns from local communities make acquiring and permitting sites for EV fleet charging particularly capital-intensive, complex, and time-consuming.

How Voltera helps:

  • We expend the capital and assume the risk, delivering even dedicated depots as a service, so you can keep your resources focused on optimizing fleet operations
  • We have a proven track record of navigating regulatory complexity, working with community groups, and developing creative power solutions to get sites permitted and powered
  • We design and operate the site to account for the varied tractor and trailer configurations unique to drayage, reducing the time vehicles spend navigating the depot or waiting for a charge

Delivery & Distribution

We understand that for D&D fleets, it’s all about speed to customer. For EVs to work for last mile delivery, strategically located depots and fast, reliable charging turnaround are essential.

How Voltera helps:

  • We acquire, permit, and power sites in strategic locations to maximize vehicle time in service, minimize delivery time, and realize the emissions reduction promise of EVs
  • We design and operate the site accounting for varied vehicle types and duty cycles, charging needs, and driver amenities, reducing the time vehicles spend waiting for a charge
  • We have a proven track record of over 99% site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site to maximize vehicle time-in-service

Utility, Service, Maintenance

Ensuring a successful transition to EVs without distracting from the core business is key. But minimizing vehicle downtime is a much different challenge with a fleet of electric vehicles.

How Voltera helps:

  • As a strategic partner with a flexible engagement model serving your needs from site identification through depot operations, we simplify and speed your journey to fleet electrification at scale
  • We finance the site (purchase or lease) so you don’t have to, enabling you to retain flexibility and stay focused on your core business
  • We have a proven track record of over 99% site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site to maximize vehicle time-in-service

Rental & Fleet Management

As consumer interest in zero emissions vehicles continues to rise, adding EVs to the fleet is a tremendous opportunity to escape the race-to-the-bottom commoditization of rental services.

How Voltera helps:

  • We acquire, permit, and power sites in strategic locations (including at airports and in urban centers) to enable your transition to EVs while maintaining your existing operational advantages
  • We design and operate the site with a range of charging options and services like cleaning on-site to ensure fast turnaround time and maximize vehicle utilization zero emissions
  • We have a proven track record of over 99% site-level and charger-level availability with vehicle maintenance services on-site to maximize vehicle time-in-service

Automakers

Charging infrastructure availability is the #1 barrier to consumer adoption of EVs. Reaching the levels of EV sales automakers have targeted will require deployment of charging infrastructure at scale, nationwide.

How Voltera helps:

  • We have a proven track record of deploying charging depots very quickly, and a growing portfolio of shovel-ready sites to speed your time to market
  • We acquire, permit, and power sites in strategic locations to ensure your customers have easy access to charge their vehicles when and where they need to
  • We finance the site (purchase or lease) so you don't have to, enabling you to retain flexibility and stay focused on your core business

Deploying and operating EVs at scale is complex and capital-intensive. Voltera can help.

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