There are now more electric vehicles on the road than ever before. 6.6 million units will be sold in 2021, double his previous year’s total.
However, a recent survey found that concerns about accessibility to nearby charging stations are deterring more people from buying electric vehicles.
This reluctance is often a result of “range anxiety,” where prospective buyers or current EV owners worry about whether they will have enough battery power to reach their destination. caused by the feelings of anxiety experienced when
SparkCharge is on a journey to change the way the world charges electric vehicles. The company’s charging-as-a-service (CaaS) network and mobile app now enable EV owners to charge anywhere, anytime.
“We are very excited to take mobile charging and charging as a service (CaaS) to the next level,” shared Josh Aviv, CEO and founder of SparkCharge. “This is exactly what America needs to catch up with the electrification of transportation. Mobile charging is essential to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles. No more wasted time and no more worrying about finding a non-defective charger.Make charging as easy as possible by building portable charging hardware to make charging mobile and software accessible. I have been dedicated to it.”
With the click of a button, SparkCharge subscribers in 121 US cities can schedule charging appointments.
The business says that if you don’t want to subscribe monthly, you can still pay a one-time fee that’s delivered within 90 minutes.
In both cases, a technician will deliver a mobile Roadie charging station to your vehicle. This car can be parked anywhere at home, work or anywhere else.
SparkCharge has raised nearly $30 million from investors including Mark Cuban, Tale Venture Partners, and rapper Pusha-T. Aviv pitched his SparkCharge on his ABC’s “Shark Tank” in 2020. In this show, Cuban and Lori Greiner invested his $1 million to acquire his 10% stake in the company.
Aviv told CNBC that the investment currently values SparkCharge at around $110 million. The company already has partnerships with major brands such as Kia, Hertz and Uber, and in 2022 he expects to generate $10 million in revenue.