Revolutionizing Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
Nick Dedmon is the Founder of ElectroLink Chargers, a California-based EV car charging solution with advanced software and hardware management. A seasoned construction industry professional, Nick’s expertise has been instrumental in revolutionizing the field for over a decade. Before ElectroLink Chargers, he worked as a commercial contractor specializing in TI (tenant improvements).
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Pivot from commercial TI to charging stations during the pandemic
- Nick Dedmon delves into the electric car charging infrastructure and business model
- How do ElectroLink Chargers incentivize electrical vendors to fix units faster?
- Creating a mindset shift toward EV charging
- The importance of addressing customers’ concerns about grid stability and infrastructure
In this episode…
The electric vehicle (EV) market has witnessed massive growth in recent years, with an increased choice of models, reduced prices, and improved features. As more drivers switch to EVs, the need for viable and accessible electric charging infrastructures becomes increasingly critical. How are challenges in the growing EV market being addressed to reshape the future of electric mobility?
One of the challenges mitigating the EV market is the lack of charging points. Nick Dedmon, a construction industry veteran turned EV expert, advocates implementing solutions such as incentivizing electrical vendors and building owners to fix units faster. His company, ElectroLink Chargers, sells charging stations to building owners and manages software for reimbursement checks, which the building owners can use to pay their electric bills. Nick emphasizes the importance of addressing customers’ concerns about grid stability and infrastructure to create a mindset shift toward EV charging.
In this episode of This Is Concrete, host Chad Gill interviews Nick Dedmon, Founder of ElectroLink Chargers, to address the innovations in EV charging. Nick reflects on his pivot to the EV industry from construction, his company’s infrastructure and business model, and the importance of addressing customers’ concerns about grid stability and infrastructure.
Resources Mentioned in this episode
- Chad Gill on LinkedIn
- Laminin Coaching
- Global Polishing Solutions
- Workforce Recon
- ElectroLink Chargers: Website | LinkedIn
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