Noodoe EV charging Expanded its EV Charging Footprint to Mexico

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Noodoe, a global leader in EV charging technology, has just expanded its EV charging footprint to Mexico, installing multiple stations at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Otay. The announcement was made by company CEO Jennifer Chang.

IRVINE, CALIF. SEPTEMBER 29, 2021

Noodoe, a global leader in EV charging technology, has just expanded its EV charging footprint to Mexico, installing multiple stations at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Otay. The announcement was made by company CEO Jennifer Chang.

“Mexico, like the rest of North America, is moving to electric vehicles in a big way, and Noodoe will be there to support with EV installations in hotels, shopping centers, gas stations and office buildings,” says Chang. “Citizens of Mexico and the government are very environmentally aware and increasingly looking to get more people to adopt an EV lifestyle.”

Located less than 10 minutes from Tijuana International Airport, nestled in the golden zone and growing industrial area of the city, the brand new Holiday Inn Express & Suites® Tijuana Otay offers everything one needs for business or pleasure. For those on business, this Tijuana hotel offers easy access to different manufacturing, metallurgical and automotive companies in the nearby OTAY and El Aquila industrial parks.

Many businesses are choosing Noodoe EV for the advantages of its Noodoe EV charging stations and Noodoe EV OS network operating system, one of the most advanced cloud-based operating platforms available. Noodoe EV OS acts as a charging network’s “central brain,” able to oversee operation of all charging stations across multiple locations while automating the entire operation of an EV charging network. “What makes Noodoe EV OS different is the core technology that empowers “extreme automation,” which enables the operators to achieve the lowest possible operating cost,” says Chang. “Controlling and running all EV charging stations, Noodoe EV OS fully automates everything – 24/7 charging service delivery, automatic peak-hour price adjustment, automatic transaction billing, automatic payment processing, automatic bank transfer, automatic infrastructure diagnostics, and intelligent energy management. It’s so automated that network operators can practically generate revenue automatically and continuously.”





 

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