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on 10 Nov 2023 7:35 PM

In recent times, the shift towards electric vehicles (EVs) has been palpable. With the promise of a cleaner environment and reduced operational costs, businesses and individuals are jumping on the EV bandwagon. However, the high upfront investment associated with EV charging infrastructure can be a deterrent. This is where the innovative model of Charging as a Service (CaaS) steps in, significantly reducing the financial burden and simplifying operations for EV fleet owners. There are many providers of CaaS


 Understanding EV Charging as a Service (CaaS)


Charging as a Service (CaaS) is an all-encompassing service model aimed at eliminating the hurdles of high capital investment required for setting up EV charging infrastructure. By adopting a service-oriented approach, CaaS providers handle all aspects related to EV charging, encompassing site design, infrastructure deployment, software integration, and ongoing service and maintenance. This model translates to a subscription or pay-per-use basis, significantly lowering the upfront costs and making EV adoption more accessible for businesses of all sizes.


 Baker Electric’s CaaS Solutions


Baker Electric, with its rich history in electrical solutions, can help you navigate the options. Their solution covers a broad spectrum of needs, ensuring a smooth transition to electric mobility for fleet operators.


Site Design and Infrastructure Deployment


One of the core components of Baker Electric's CaaS offering is the meticulous site design and infrastructure deployment. By conducting a thorough analysis of the site, Baker Electric ensures optimal placement of charging stations to meet the specific needs of the fleet. Their expertise in infrastructure deployment guarantees a robust and reliable charging network that forms the backbone of the EV fleet operations.


Software Integration


A notable aspect of Baker Electric’s CaaS solution is the integration of best-in-class, 3rd party intelligent software that facilitates real-time monitoring and management of the charging infrastructure. Our ability to integrate these emerging software packages helps us enable fleet managers to schedule charging, monitor energy consumption, and ensure the readiness of EVs for daily operations, thereby contributing to operational efficiency.


Ongoing Service and Maintenance


Baker Electric doesn’t stop at deployment; their CaaS offering includes continuous service and maintenance to ensure the charging infrastructure operates at peak performance. With a dedicated support team, any issues that arise are promptly addressed, minimizing downtime and ensuring the EV fleet remains operational.


Financial Ease


Perhaps the most striking benefit of any CaaS offering is the financial ease it brings to the table. By eliminating the need for a hefty initial investment, and spreading the costs over a subscription basis, CaaS makes it financially viable for businesses to transition to EVs without breaking the bank.




The pathway to widespread EV adoption is laden with challenges, one of which is the high capital investment in charging infrastructure. Baker Electric’s ability to navigate and connect Charging-as-a-Service offerings alleviates this challenge, providing a comprehensive solution that encompasses site design, infrastructure deployment, software integration, and ongoing service. By doing so, Baker Electric is not only facilitating a smoother transition to electric mobility but is also contributing to a greener and more sustainable future.

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