Ault Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW), a diversified holding company (the “Company”), announced that its green energy technology and power supply subsidiary, TurnOnGreen, Inc. (“TurnOnGreen”), has partnered with The Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort (“The Alisal”), in Solvang, Calif., to expand the property’s electric vehicle charging capabilities for resort guests and visitors. TurnOnGreen will initiate a multi-phase electric vehicle (“EV”) charger installation plan in December of 2021, starting with the installation of EVP700G level 2 electric vehicle charging stations in the guest parking lot.
The Alisal has consistently ranked as one of the top resorts in the country. The property features 73 rooms, two private championship golf courses, a variety of equestrian activities, six tennis courts, a private lake, and miles of bike trails. Conveniently located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, The Alisal offers a five-star resort experience with an expanding charging infrastructure ideal for EV drivers seeking destination vacations.
“We are excited to be integrated into the Alisal resort and provide their guests and visitors access to simple EV charging solutions that will help promote zero-emission travel to the property,” said Marcus Charuvastra, Chief Revenue Officer for TurnOnGreen. “As we expand our commercial charging programs throughout North America, TurnOnGreen will continue to facilitate the rapid adoption of zero-emission vehicles, helping to create a brighter future for the planet.”
“California is leading the way when it comes to EV sales and infrastructure,” said Amos Kohn, CEO for TurnOnGreen. “With an increasing number of Californians driving EV’s, it’s crucial for businesses of all sizes to offer EV charging solutions for their patrons and employees.”
According to a comprehensive EV market research report by Veloz, in conjunction with the California Energy Commission, California accounts for 44% of all EV’s sold in the United States, with 991,494 Electric Vehicles registered as of November 1, 2021. California has mandated an aggressive zero-emission vehicle strategy, requiring all new passenger cars and trucks sold to be zero-emission vehicles by 2035.
On November 22, 2021, the Company announced its plan to split into two public companies, BitNile and Ault Alliance. Under the announced plan, TurnOnGreen will become a subsidiary of Ault Alliance.
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