Go Zero Charge is excited to unveil its newest partnership with property management platform Guesty, directly engaging with property managers of short-term rentals and vacation rentals and informing them of the lucrative opportunity to support electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions now and earn significant supplementary income as car parks and driveways become the new fuelling stations.
With Go Zero Charge’s forward-thinking solution, holiday lets are empowered to stop paying for guests’ EV charging and, instead, monetise the process. Concurrently, guests gain access to cutting-edge EV charging software.
Guests who choose to stay at local holiday lets, rather than jetting abroad, are more eco-conscious than other holiday-goers, meaning on-site EV charging is an indispensable amenity for short-term rentals and vacation rentals. Like WiFi, guests will be disappointed if their accommodation of choice fails to provide EV charging.
Peter O’Brien, Chief Marketing Officer at Go Zero Charge, commented:
“We’re really excited to start working with Guesty. Through the relationship, we can help property managers create a new sustainable source of supplementary income while also increasing the number of EV chargers in the UK. It’s truly a win-win.
“It’s time to stop footing your guests’ EV charging bill. With our forward-thinking solution, property managers receive 100% of EV charging profits – directly transferred to their bank account at the end of each month.
“Our solution is super easy for guests too. They simply arrive at a property, scan a QR code near the charger and pay for kWh used without needing to download any apps.”
The Optimus, Go Zero Charge’s smart EV home charger, is the leading choice for property managers, maximising convenience, profitability and reliability. Property managers can set their own kWh charging tariff to determine profit margins and share their chargers with the public to earn supplemental income outside of peak season, among other advanced charging features.
A short-term rental or vacation rental without a smart EV charger is vulnerable to electricity theft and unnecessary risks like burglary due to guests running wires out of windows, fire due to EV charging via a three-pin plug and invalidating property insurance. The Optimus directly addresses and eliminates these concerns whilst generating monthly income.
Reliability is imperative for EV drivers, especially those who are away from home. Rather than visiting a petrol station, an EV driver relies on a charger for fuel. Go Zero Charge’s 60-second ‘heartbeat’ monitor sets it apart from other choices.
The heartbeat, an in-built health checker, is connected to Go Zero Charge’s servers and refreshes every 60 seconds. Businesses can review the live status of their chargers from the Go Zero Charge portal, providing total peace of mind that it’s always functioning correctly. In the unlikely event that anything should happen, Go Zero Charge is immediately notified and the customer support team will directly contact the property manager operating the charger, likely before they even realised there was an issue.