Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

There is a growing need for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to power both passenger and heavy-duty fleet vehicles because of new and evolving legislations focused on enhanced sustainability measures. Direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations can charge vehicles in speeds up to xx and are typically installed at commercial and fleet facilities, while alternating current (AC) chargers, referred to as Level 2 (L2) and Level 1 (L1), are found in both residential and commercial locations. L2 are preferable at commercial locations, taking 1-3 hours to provide a full charge, while L1 chargers can take 6+ hours.

If your goal is to reduce energy-related emissions, consider recharging your EV with solar or battery storage.

When determining which type of charging station(s) will meet your needs and the needs of your customers, it is necessary to have the right infrastructure in place.