Bookster and CHRGR.io by Vahanomy have announced a partnership to provide self-catering owners opportunities to earn revenue while providing a greener guest experience.
The increase in electric vehicles (EV) on the road combined with the growth of demand for more environmentally-friendly holiday homes brings a unique opportunity for holiday rental owners, the firms claim.
As a result, property management software platform Bookster has partnered with CHRGR.io, a B2B marketplace for the EV charging infrastructure ecosystem.
The collaboration between CHRGR.io and Bookster provides opportunities for self-catering owners to earn revenue by publicly listing charging points installed on the grounds of their holiday rental properties.
According to the firms, the holiday rental businesses can earn additional revenue by listing their EV charging point for public use, with a special deal for Bookster clients on CHRGR.io subscriptions. It is also hoped the partnership will attract guests looking for environmentally-friendly holiday homes.
Robin Morris, Managing Director, Bookster, said: “I believe moving our business and supporting our clients’ businesses towards a more financially and environmentally sustainable future is critical and is a fundamental part of Bookster’s sustainability plans. Partnering with CHRGR.io is one way that Bookster is committed to helping our clients become more environmentally friendly whilst increasing bookings.”
Arun Gopinath, CEO & Co-founder, CHRGR.io by Vahanomy, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Bookster. This will allow Bookster’s clients, holiday rental businesses, to make their properties part of a sustainable future by electrifying their parking spaces which will also make their properties suitable for the evergrowing number of electric vehicle users’ needs. Listing their parking spaces on CHRGR.io will help property owners connect with EV Charging Point Operators and EV infrastructure investors in finding the most suitable funding and business models while electrifying their parking spaces.”
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