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SemaConnect Chosen by Southeast Financial Center to Install Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Charging Stations Added to Offer Additional Amenities for Tenants, Employees and Customers

BOWIE, Md., April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SemaConnect, Inc. announced today that they were chosen by Southeast Financial Center in Miami, FL to install electric vehicle charging stations at their office building and plaza. The electric vehicle charging stations are part of a large renovation effort designed to make the building and plaza one of the most sought after locations in Downtown Miami.

The ownership group has invested $20.5 million in improvements to create a modern, efficient and environmentally friendly location. Southeast Financial Center, located in the heart of Miami's Central Business District, is Florida's tallest and largest office tower and plaza, with 1.225 million square feet. The addition of electric vehicle charging stations will enhance the experience for tenants and will be a unique leasing amenity. Other green improvements include the implementation of elevator destination dispatch technology, which saves energy and reduces operating expenses, and leads to savings for the tenants by allowing employees to get to their respective offices faster and maximize work hours.

"We are very pleased to support this amazing initiative by Southeast Financial Center and their continued commitment to sustainability by offering tenants eco-friendly options, said Mahi Reddy, Founder and CEO at SemaConnect. "Having SemaConnect's electric vehicle charging stations is an essential amenity for tenants, guests and visitors to charge up. We are committed to building the best electric vehicle charging stations and software on the market for commercial use and we are poised and ready to meet the growing demand."

SemaConnect's networked electric vehicle charging stations and web-based management software makes it easy for station owners to deploy at their properties.  The stations are sophisticated networked Level II (240Volts, 30Amps) commercial grade and comes bundled with a web-based management software that station owners can:

  • Manage time-of-use pricing with built-in payment gateway
  • Run sustainability reports on fossil fuel and CO2 emissions
  • See real-time electricity metering
  • Manage electric vehicle driver usage
  • More (Click here)

SemaConnect has also partnered with Recargo on their PlugShare app, the most widely used application for electric vehicle drivers, which allows them to start a charging session right from the PlugShare app for more convenience.

To download the iPhone app:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/semaconnect/id471861561?mt=8

To download the Android app:http://android.downloadatoz.com/apps/com.semaconnect,445945.html.

About SemaConnect
SemaConnect is the top choice for commercial grade electric vehicle charging stations and cloud based management software in North America.  Their charging stations offer an exceptional turnkey solution for hotels, retail, parking garages, multifamily and office commercial real estate.  SemaConnect has emerged as the best choice for commercial real estate with customers like CB Richard Ellis, Jones Lang LaSalle, Boston Properties, Brookfield and more. Visit www.semaconnect.com to learn more about owning a charging station at your location.

About Southeast Financial Center
Located at 200 South Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami, Southeast Financial Center is comprised of two buildings: a 55-story Class A Office Tower distinguished by its striking "saw-tooth" design on the northeast corner of the façade and a 15 story Annex Building which houses the popular Downtown Athletic Club and 1,200 parking spaces. Connecting the Office Tower and Annex buildings is a 30,000 square foot outdoor plaza landscaped with shade trees and a variety of lush native plantings. A steel canopy attached 150 feet from the ground provides a unique architectural connection between the two structures, and adds an aesthetically pleasing ambiance to the plaza.

SOURCE SemaConnect, Inc.

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