EWIZZ electric scooter charge points @ Darios in Hout Bay

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EWIZZ electric scooter owners Bronwen, Lance & Andy charging at Darios

EWIZZ electric scooter owners Bronwen, Lance & Andy charging at Darios

EWIZZ electric scooter charge points are now installed at Dario’s Cafe in Hout Bay. Dario & Rosella Mustarelli are very keen to support the move to clean transport and are doing what they can to help encourage customers to ride the latest EWIZZ clean transport technology.

The new charge points can charge up to three EWIZZ electric scooters at one time and are free to use for EWIZZ customers visiting Dario’s Cafe.

EWIZZ electric scooter owners Bronwen Lankers-Byrne from Thrive, Lance Greying from the City of Cape Town, Lucy Jamieson from UCT Children’s Institute and Andy Le May from EWIZZ were some of the first to charge up! There will be an launch event at Darios at the start of May to officially open the new EWIZZ electric scooter charge points.

Special EWIZZ electric scooter charge points

Special EWIZZ electric scooter charge points

EWIZZ is providing the charging infrastructure and Darios is providing the electricity.

Due to the low power requirements of EWIZZ electric scooters the cost of the electricity is very manageable at around R1 per hour per bike and the customers are loving it! For safety reasons, the charge points are configured to be available only during Darios opening hours only.

“Free charging is a great way to encourage more customer to visit Dario’s Cafe and do it on a clean electric scooter“, said Andy Le May, EWIZZ founder.

The EWIZZ charge map includes formal points, like these at Darios, and informal points. These informal points are not specifically installed for the purpose of the EWIZZ electric scooter charging. However, because the charge requirement are low for EWIZZ electric scooters, any normal 16A plug point can work.

Lucy's on a Spark 3. Topped up and heading off!

Lucy’s on a Spark 3. Topped up and heading off!

EWIZZ electric scooter charge points are relatively inexpensive to install, compared to electric cars charge points, and using EWIZZ electric scooters directly reduces traffic congestion and the harmful emissions we breathe. Switching to an EWIZZ electric scooter is something we can all do to limit global warming, save money, save time and is much easier that you think.

More charge points will be appearing on the EWIZZ charge map over the next year so keep an eye out. In the mean time pop down to Darios for a free top up and a coffee!

 

 

 

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