If you're like the vast majority of electric vehicle owners, you'll do the bulk of your charging at home. You can charge your vehicle with your home's standard 120-volt outlet (Level 1), and all plug-in electric cars currently sold come with an adapter to connect your EV to a 120 Volt household outlet.
Many EV owners opt for a faster charging option, a 240-volt service. It requires the purchase and installation of an Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) control that connects to your EV. This uses a dedicated 240-volt household electrical circuit, the same used by your dryer or oven.
LEVEL 1 Standard outlet: 120 V Charging time
A Level 1 charge simply requires a standard 120-volt outlet. The power demand is comparable to a 1,500-watt air conditioner.Plug-in hybrid: 6 to 8 hours
Battery electric: 11 to 16 hours
- Attract and retain high value, green-minded residents
- Increase average rent and property value
- Meet emerging state and city regulations
- Improve your green standing and meet sustainability goals, e.g. LEED certification
Make your property more attractive to tenants by installing smart EV charging. Your tenants can attract more EV drivers to the property by being visible.
Prime parking facilities can meet EV charging demands.
Our EV solutions enable the best parking lots to turn into charging lots by offering networked EV charging.
EV drivers have higher spending capacity and thus make very attractive customers for your local businesses. Installing EV charging in your city will drive EV drivers to those businesses.
- Offer a superior guest experience with Reservations
-Increase Property Value and Meet Growing Demand for EV Charging
-Offer Smart EV Charging as an Amenity to Your Residents