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SWTCH is pioneering EV charging solutions for multifamily and commercial properties across North America. We help building owners and operators deploy EV charging that optimizes energy usage and revenue at scale using existing grid infrastructure.

Outdated Utility Data Systems Are Stalling the Renewable Energy Revolution

Energy is not created equally. Unlike burning fossil fuels like gas and coal, renewable energy allows us to consume energy with very little greenhouse gas emissions. But, as sustainable as…

Multifamily Landlords Use Technology and Rewards To Reduce Tenant Energy Use

Countries, states, and cities around the world are increasingly committed to achieving their sustainability goals. Governments…

Property Owners Save $24,000 Installing EV Chargers with Load Management

Multifamily properties, office buildings, and other commercial real estate—they’re all environments where people are scratching their…

Commercial Property Owners Navigate EV Charger Installation Challenges

A slow start to this year's U.S. electric vehicle sales led to speculation that the EV…

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It’s Not Just Homeowners: Multifamily Owners Are Building ADUs Too

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are a big topic in housing circles right now, and for good reason. Amid an ongoing housing crisis that is demanding solutions, ADUs are seen as one of the tools in which to tackle it. They…

Repurposing Religious-Owned Land to Create Affordable Housing

By now, it is undeniable—our country is in the middle of a housing crisis. No longer thought of as just…

Amazon’s Newest Office Tower Is Focused Squarely on Tenant Comfort

The world’s largest online retailer recently moved into the tallest building in Bellevue, Washington. Vulcan Real Estate’s 555 Tower, a…

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Multifamily Strategies and What to Expect in H2 2024

The multifamily market is evolving as residents' needs and preferences change. Property owners and managers must innovate their buildings and leasing practices to meet these new demands. Join us for a live discussion…