Incorporate a Billboard of Sustainability at your University
There are some 2,800 four-year colleges and universities in the United States. Of these institutes of higher learning, over 650 signed the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment. They believe, as we at Juice Bar do, that universities breed the next wave of thinkers, CEOs and entrepreneurs. Adding a Juice Bar electric vehicle charging station to your campus can provide a billboard of sustainability for your university as well as the potential to become an income-producing asset through advertising, user fees or a “sponsor” program.
The mission of the Presidents’ Climate Commitment is to accelerate progress towards climate neutrality and sustainability by empowering the higher education sector to educate students, create solutions, and provide leadership-by-example. Adding Juice Bar electric vehicle charging stations to your university will help foster this commitment to addressing climate disruption by taking immediate steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Universities are Ideal Venues for Juice Bar Charging Stations
Whether attending a university to teach, study or perform research, days are typically long. This makes universities ideal locations for professors, students, researchers and support staff to charge their electric vehicles.
Chargers also provide revenue opportunities. Our optional Point of Sale and Communication System on the charging stations offers universities the option to choose whether or not to offer the EV charging at no cost, use the credit card option to charge a fee, and/or issue a card to employees and students to access free charging.
Juice Bar electric vehicle charging stations offer a premium charging experience combined with reliability & durability. Sturdy and beautifully designed, Juice Bar will be a welcome addition to any campus.
Promoting Brand Values
With Juice Bar's sleek design concept there is room for branding opportunities which can be used to promote campus sustainability values or to generate income from third party sponsors.