****JNSH DD PACK FOR AIRPORT EV CHARGERS***
Here are the links to connect $JNSH with the 100 Chargers that the 2 airports are getting
This link tells you that there are only 2 ev chargers @o'hare and 7 @midway
The 7 at midway are 6 L2 & 1DC fast.
3 in Short term parking. 3 in long term parking and 1 in the cell phone lot http://www.flychicago.com/community/environment/greenvehicles/pages/default.aspx
The 7 Ev chargers @midway are all ran by JNSH
Here is the proof they are ran by them here is the 1st 3 chargers in the short term lot https://www.plugshare.com/?location=6261
Here is the next 3 chargers in the long term lot https://www.plugshare.com/?location=6260
Here is the DC fast charger that is on the chargepoint (JNSH) network https://www.plugshare.com/?location=6245
So those links there should all establish the fact that $JNSH controls and runs the midway airport. At the very minimum Jns power will be installing the Chargers
Just to be clear these new chargers are NON PUBLIC chargers and are for the transportation companies ONLY
There is still tons of room for growth on the public parking lot side of things. For Midway maybe 17 more L2 chargers in each lot. So 20 total in the short term lot and 20 total in the long term lot. Plus 5 DC fast chargers in each lot. But that is a whole other subject.
Here is the The Mayor of Chicago talking about the other 100 Ev chargers for the airports. And it may even be 100 at each airport so 200 total. It is unclear so for now we are saying 100 total between the 2 airports. 50 at each.
"The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) will install, operate, and maintain 80 Level 2 and 20 Fast Chargers at O'Hare International Airport (O’Hare) and Chicago Midway International Airport (Midway). Charging access at both international airports will enable efficient recharging of Chicago’s growing number of electric taxicabs, limousines, shuttles, and rideshare vehicles serving the airports’ 100 million plus passengers each year." https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/mayor/press_room/press_releases/2017/october/DriveElectricChicago.html
Here is the breakdown on how much JNS power charges to install an EV charger.
The companies average industrial / commercial installation cost breakdown is as follows:
Level 2 EV charger installation - $5,000 to $10,000 (typical commercial installation could include directional boring, concrete work, saw cutting, foundation work, transformer & electrical distribution) Level 2 EV charger unit purchase - $6,500 (network capable commercial grade)
Level 3 DC Fast Charger installation - $35,000 to $50,000 (typical commercial installation could include directional boring, concrete work, saw cutting, foundation work, transformer & electrical distribution) Level 3 DC Fast Charger 50Kw unit purchase - $25,500 (network capable commercial grade)
Link to that pricing http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160113005891/en/JNS-Holdings-Corporation-Subsidiary-JNS-Power-Continues
So say 20 DC fast chargers installed $500,000-$900,000
80 Level 2 chargers installed $400,000-$800,000
I know it's not a guarantee that JNS power does all the installs but $JNSH is the only game in town @Midway airport.
O'hare only has 2 chargers and they are on an "unknown" network. So i can't confirm those 2 chargers are JNSH.
And after those 100 Chargers there still are 191 more that need to be installed in the city buildings.
182 New EVs being bought with each one getting their own charger.
182 L2 EV chargers
Plus the 9 DC fast chargers
182 L2 ev chargers installed = about $1mm
9 Dc fast chargers $225,000-$450,00
Their is a lot of money on the table and $JNSH just needs a piece. And I think they have Midway Airport locked down solid.
And we haven't even talked about the revenue opportunity of if they continue to USE THE JNSH network in which they are ALREADY currently using. It could be very consistent charging revenue considering the chargers will be used nonstop for 15 hours a day allday everyday 7 days a week by every transportation company out there
And if it is 200 chargers total then this will be a monster of a project. And it's just the beginning of the revolution.