Benefits of Healthcare EV Charging Stations for Hospitals and Clinics

Provide as an amenity and or passive income to visitors and staff with EVs

Energy saving and rebates applicable for government, federal and local utility rebates

Showcase the facility’s green initiatives

Safe, clean charging station areas that are ADA compliant

Perks of Adding EV Charging Stations to Your Healthcare Center

Charging Flexibility

Charging is convenient and easy to control with 3 connectivity options: WiFi, non-networked, or 4G LTE cellular connectivity. Systems with the optional RFID card reader enabled allow for generating passive income or controlled use as simple as swiping a credit card.

Safety and Cleanliness

Be free of clutter by keeping cables out of the way and off the ground with the EvoReel. One of our most popular add-ons, the cable management solution self-retracts, storing cords up and out of the way to ensure safe, clutter-free and efficient charging areas. Our Cable Retractor is another popular option for keeping parking areas clean and safe.

Simple Network Management

Integrated local load management (LLM) allows for balancing the electrical load of up to 20 charging stations at a time. LLM provides full control over how your charging stations work together and individually, making it easy to optimize performance and maximize savings.

Tax Incentives

EV charging stations for your hospital or healthcare clinic may be eligible for utility rebates or discounts, in addition to state or federal tax credits. View available electric car rebates and incentive information for commercial and public charging stations. Use the provided guide as a starting point, as electric car rebates and incentives are dependent on the municipality or utility offering the incentives.

EvoCharge EVSE

The standard EvoCharge EVSE commercial charging station comes non-networked with no activation required.

  • SAE J1772, 208-240VAC, 7.2-7.7kW for faster charging
  • NEMA 4 rated for indoor or outdoor use
  • 240v plug or hardwired powersource option
  • Optional 18 or 25-foot charging cable
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EvoCharge iEVSE

The EvoCharge iEVSE smart commercial charging station connects over standard WiFi and true Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) to provide access control and integration options for utility and third-party network service providers.

  • OCPP demand response and network management compatible
  • SAE J1772, 208-240VAC, 7.2-7.7kW for faster charging
  • Local Load Management
  • NEMA 4 rated for indoor or outdoor use
  • 240v plug or hardwired power source
  • Optional 18 or 25-foot charging cable
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EvoCharge iEVSE Plus

The EvoCharge iEVSE Plus is perfect for managing multiple EV charger connections (up to 20) over WiFi or 4G-LTE cellular. With the true OCPP and RFID card reader integration, the iEVSE Plus allows you to generate passive income.

  • OCPP demand response and network management compatible
  • WiFi and 4G-LTE cellular compatible
  • Local Load Management
  • RFID card reader capable
  • NEMA 4 rated for indoor or outdoor use
  • Hardwired powersource
  • Optional 18 or 25-foot charging cable
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Frequently Asked Questions

Multiple electrical vehicle charging stations for your hospital or healthcare center’s parking facilities can be installed. You can connect up to 20 units of the iEVSE and iEVSE Plus systems, which enables you to control the output of current to each station. This is also known as local load management or balancing.

Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) means the EV charger doesn’t need a specific network to work and it can be connected to any local charging network or utility company. More information about OCPP and its benefits are detailed on our resources page.

Nearly all EVs and PHEVs in North America use the standard SAE J1772 plug, also known as the J plug. The exception is Tesla vehicles, but they typically come with an adaptor at purchase or a replacement can be bought online. The J plug attaches to the vehicle’s port to deliver an electrical charge.

EVSE and iEVSE stations are installed by plugging them into a 240v outlet with NEMA 6-50 plug type. However, the iEVSE Plus must be hardwired. A certified electrician should be hired for installation of an electrical source, like the 240v outlet, or to hardwire your system.

All units require a 208-240VAC plug, Single Phase and dedicated 40A supply circuit. The supply circuit can be adjusted for use with a 30A or 20A supply circuit. EVSE and iEVSE units come with the NEMA-6-50 plug or can be hardwired by a certified electrician, but the iEVSE Plus must be hardwired. View full installation instructions and, for best results, hire an experienced electrician to handle your installation.

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