As electric vehicles (EV) continue to gain popularity, many in North America have to ask: Can an EV charger be installed outdoors in climates that reach subzero temperatures?
When looking at EV charging stations, you’re sure to have seen the terms “Open Charge Point Protocol,” “OCPP” or “non-networked” used to describe a system. But what exactly is OCPP?
Whether you’re the owner of an EV or looking to add a public EV charging station to your commercial property, here are just a few things you should know about how an EV charger works.
Homeowners are supplied with Level 1 chargers from vehicle manufacturers for use at home; they’re not intended for commercial use.
The EvoCharge EV Cable Retractor uses a spring-loaded tether to suspend the cord off the ground and out of the way.
Now more than ever, consumers are looking at electric vehicles (EVs) as a viable option for their next vehicle purchase.
EVOCHARGE addresses multiple challenges faced by multi-family housing and commercial environments in its newly released white paper titled “Improve Your Property with Electric Vehicle Charging Stations”.
EVOCHARGE charging stations has been added to Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) and Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long Island’s list of approved smart chargers for Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging station rebate programs.