Naly Yang, Marketing Specialist

>> SemaConnect is a leader in developing and producing wireless networked electric charging stations along with management and driver software for the new generation of electric vehicles such as the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf. Founded in 2008 and based in Annapolis, Maryland, we are the only company of this caliber to be located on the east coast.

Our advanced charging stations are ideally suited for commercial charging applications. Municipalities, fleet companies, hotels, parking garages and multi-family buildings will find them most useful. We offer a complete turnkey solution for deploying the ChargePro Charging Station: installation, operation, and maintenance services.

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To use the system, simply wave a ChargePro smart card at the station’s front panel. Through the integrated Telit module, the charging station wirelessly authenticates your information and allows you to charge your electric vehicle (EV). The SemaConnect back-office software aggregates all information collected through the use of the ChargePro smart card allowing the EV driver to log into a web-based tool to monitor electricity usage, pay bills online, request to receive push notifications on charging status through text messages, find a charging station, and more.

Station owners can log into a web portal to comprehensively monitor and control station operations. Flexible navigation features allowing review of revenue generation, running sustainability reports, tracking energy usage, and billing end-customers for usage only briefly describe the array of capabilities that station owners have at their disposal.

Customers who already have stations are increasingly satisfied with the product and the amount of positive feedback received from their local communities. Current deployments are ongoing in the United States with international deployment plans coming in 2011-2012.

For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter @Sema_Connect.

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