2. Contact us to explore your options
We will help you learn what your options are, including what types of plug-in vehicles are on the market, what charging technologies are available, the costs involved, and business models for providing EV charging. Charging stations for electric vehicles, also referred to as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), range from stand-alone units that are open to all residents and guests if guests have access to the parking area served by EV chargers, to networked chargers with user ID and payment options.
Networked EV chargers can offer:
- Metering capabilities
- Access control
- Billing & fee options
- Remote control & monitoring capabilities
EV chargers may be installed indoors or outdoors, and mounted to a wall, pole, ceiling or floor, and enclosed in a lockbox, depending on site-specific needs. We offer a wide array of charging options for commercial and residential charging.