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Hospitality EV Charging: Encourage more guests and earn a new revenue stream

Customers of pubs and guests of hotels  rely on destinations to provide EV charging for either a quick top-up, or during an overnight stay. RAW help business’ within the hospitality sector realise that they can earn from their parking spaces as well as their rooms.

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  • Access exclusive content about Destination Charging
  • Build your tailored EV Charging solution via our free site-assessment tool
  • Follow each step of the process with ease and simplicity
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Hotels
It's vital hoteliers understand that they have the ability to earn from their parking spaces as well as their rooms. In such a competitive market the 'EV Charging' filter is becoming evermore important on third party booking sites.
Restaurants
It's important for restaurants to identify how the rollout of EV charging can not only enhance your location, but also drive a new revenue stream for you.
Pubs
Being able to charge your EV is becoming an expectancy for drivers visiting establishments such as pubs and bars. During a meal that lasts two hours, your customer's vehicle could increase its charge by 50%

Key Points The Hospitality Industry Should Consider

10%

of the UK's EV charging infrastructure is positioned at hotels

45%

of drivers rely on destination charging

50 minutes

the amount of increased dwell time as a result of an EV charge

“We’re always excited to partner with brands like RAW Charging that help us improve the experience of our guests when they visit our hotel. As more and more people are using electric vehicles, giving customers the option of reliable and affordable onsite charging during their visit is important to us. Initially the process appeared complex but RAW made the installation simple and we’re seeing great early usage signs.”

Stephen Fearnley, General Manager, Billesley Manor

Hospitality FAQs Answered

Drivers have flexible options to pay for charging including RFID card, mobile app, or simply contactless debit and credit cards.

Our team will undertake a desktop and on site review evaluating each individual location to discover the most suitable number of charge points to install. This will be discussed with you, and is dependent on the estimated utilisation, facilities nearby and sites facilities.

Station owners are supported by our engineers who can fix many issues remotely. Should a charging station fail due to a manufacturing defect or accident, the ChargePoint Support team will attend your site to repair or replace the station. Our charging stations are the most advanced and reliable in the world. They are designed and built to last 10+ years with an expected design life of over 12 years. However, site conditions can change, wear and tear can occur, and accidents or equipment failures can happen.

If you purchase the chargers outright, then it’s totally up to you. With RAW’s support, we can help you set up individual tariffs for certain user groups, or we can set up your charger as a free facility to all guests. The software makes it ultra flexible!

Depending on the hardware our team suggest, most likely the answer is yes. There are a few EVs out there which adopt slightly different connectors but the majority of visitors will be able to charge at your site without issue.

Your Ownership Options

If your site has a high footfall, you may be the suitable for free installation as a RAW Host partner. Better still, you’ll receive a monthly revenue share which could be put towards anything you like.

Hosting

• Hotel / restaurant with high footfall
• Receive a revenue share
• No management required from you

Pay Monthly

• Pay monthly across a 3-5 year lease
• Installation included across the lease
• Option to own the assets at the end

Request A Free Site Survey

Once you’ve filled out the form and requested a free site survey we can check if we’ve got the right solution for you.
Then we’ll be in touch to explain the installation costs and everything else you need to know about the EV charge point.

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