Through a site licensing partnership with the Sunrise Hills Commercial Association, TurnOnGreen will install, operate, and maintain EV charging infrastructure that will provide EV charging services to the businesses, residents, and visitors of Tuolumne County and the City of Sonora. 

The project features multiple high-power, networked EVP700G Level 2 EV chargers that can be activated using the TurnOnGreen App, RFID cards, or a unique QR code on each EV charger.

“We are committed to establishing a charging footprint with geographic relevance and value,” said TurnOnGreen president Marcus Charuvastra. “The City of Sonora is located along a key tourism corridor that links major metropolitan areas in Northern California with Yosemite National Park. Providing EV charging solutions to this region is critical to accommodate the thousands of hybrid and all-electric vehicles that flock to this area each year.”

According to the California Energy Commission (CEC) and the California Air Resources Board, 42% of the nation’s EVs have been sold in California, with annual EV sales in the state exceeding 250,000 units in 2021 and projected to exceed 300,000 in 2022. According to the CEC, EVs represent 18% of the overall market share in California.