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The easiest way to manage all your on-site EV charging whether you have 10 or 10,000 outlets, using OrangeNet makes managing EV charging a breeze with dynamic pricing that gives you maximum flexibility.
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What are the total install costs?
We charge $400/outlet + the cost of installation which varies. Its different for every property but we typically see an average total cost between $900-$1500/Outlet.
What about monthly costs?
Orange charges $20/month/outlet to cover our networking and administrative costs. If an outlet is not in use during a particular month we won't charge the $20 fee. We call this dynamic pricing.
Are there any other fees?
If a property chooses to mark-up their electricity Orange charges a 5% fee on that revenue. Example: The utility cost 10¢/kWh, the property marks up the by 10¢ per kWH, so the driver pays 20¢ per kWh. Orange fee is 5% total revenue, so $0.01 per kWh.
What allows Orange to cost 70% less?
By leveraging lower-powered 20A solutions Orange is able to use lower gauge wiring on our installs which cuts down tremendously on install costs.
Is their an extra cost to use the cellular chip?
No. Every Orange Outlet regardless of build carries the same cost. There are no hidden fees and we are always upfront about what things will cost.
How do users get adapters?
All major automakers selling EV's sell NEMA 620 adapters for the provide mobile connectors, or aftermarket solutions can be purchased.
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