You know what’s cool?  Electric vehicles.  You know what’s not cool?  Plugging a cord into one, or having nowhere to recharge it.  That’s why HEVO is creating a new, innovative way to wirelessly power up electric vehicles anywhere and everywhere without using cords, cables or wires.  We call it the HEVO Power Station

HEVO will also offer an app, called HEVO Mobile, that provides users with key features like Map It! to find vacant spots;  Park it! to guide you into the right location over a HEVO Power Station; Pay It! which provides users with wireless bill pay; Want It! for discounts and coupons offered by local vendors in the area; a Power meter, so you can visually check on your vehicle powering up; and data utilization which shows our users their battery percentage, balances and emission savings.

The HEVO Power Station isn’t just for passenger and commuter fleets, it’s also tailored for commercial fleets, municipalities, and the military.  It’s basically for anyone who’s looking to take advantage of the overarching benefits from switching to electric vehicles.  Commercial fleets, for example, can benefit from HEVO Power Stations through range extension, lighter EV battery loads, and lower technology costs; HEVO Power Stations provides the peace-of-mind and reliability of opportunistic charging to electric vehicle owners who are discouraged by range anxiety, limited public charging locations, and higher associated vehicle costs.

Keep your cool and Power Up with HEVO Power.

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The Burden

Fossil Fuels, the Military & National Security

Jeremy McCool, HEVO Chief Executive Officer, has taken part in the upcoming full-length documentary, "The Burden."  Film director, Roger Sorkin, spearheads a national discussion regarding the trending subject of energy security and the military in this documentary, while encouraging viewers to consider:

"What if ending our fossil fuel dependence could save American lives and secure our economic prosperity over the next 100 years?"