Support and transition away from fossil fuel. Invest in Legacy Energy stations because it makes sense
Legacy Clean Energy (LCE) is an American electric vehicle infrastructure company based in Charlotte NC. LCE is a minority owned, online network of EV charging stations operating in the south east region of the United States.
We believe that the rapid transition to electric mobility is essential to building a sustainable future for all.
The Ac and Dc All-in-ones Are Designed for Easy Installation and High Reliability. These Products Are Easy to Operate with an Intuitive Touchscreen Display That Facilitates Access Control, Charging Status and Help Menus. The All- In-one Series Is Ideal for Auto Dealers, Fleet Charging and a Variety of Parking Applications Where High Power Ac or Dc Charging Is Needed in Minimal Space.
Formal Relationships Established Between Otherwise Independent Organizations. These Include Affiliation Agreements, Interlocking Boards, Common Controls
Services Are Tailored to Public Commercial Fleets, Electric Vehicle Oems, Ride-share Operators, Municipalities and Commercial/Residential Facilities Owners
Charging As A ServiceLCE Charging-as-a-Service (LCE CaaS) is a comprehensive, all-inclusive subscription that provides hardware, software, 24/7 support with a labor and hardware warranty under a low monthly payment
Customized Admin PortalAccurate and reliable data, intuitive visualizations, Constantly adding new standardized reports to the platform, which keep up with industry standards
AdvertisingTraditional and digital marketing strategies for EV Charging stations
Network ServicesOpen Network making it easy for any station to be used by any driver accessed through any system
Construction and ActivationConstruction oversight with Self-performance capabilities and Integration Testing, Commissioning and Activations
Our Team Draws on Broad Industry Experience and Networks to Create a Powerful Outcome for Our Clients
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Coverage of Electric Vehicle Breaking Stories, Local News, Government and Science/Technology News
LocalGov. Roy Cooper and Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles joined a ceremony on the city's west side Thursday to dedicate a new electric vehicle charging station.
GovernmentInfrastructure bill has money to help North Carolina expand electric vehicle charging.
TechnologyHow tech will enable the energy transition and purpose-led consumption.
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