About Universal EV Chargers

It is estimated that 50% of all passenger vehicles will be electric by 2030. Our goal is to develop a charging infrastructure to support this burgeoning electric vehicle economy.

With a revolutionary design and the most up to date engineering, our EV chargers are the perfect solution for developing this infrastructure.

We have a variety of EV charging stations which are compatible with all electric vehicles and can be utilized in commercial as well as residential locations.

We have Solutions for all your EV Charging Needs

Learn more about our exclusive subscription packages for residential charging.

Learn more about our end-to-end services for commercial spaces.

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Customers We Service


Attract highly valued customers to your hotel by offering EV charging as a top-of-the-line amenity. Allow your guests to enjoy a seamless charging experience. Increase digital visibility in online reservations by becoming an EV-friendly hotel.

Gas Stations

Increase your average customer shopping time while the electric vehicle is charging. As per recent studies, EV drivers spend 60% more time in-store than a traditional driver. This gives your business an opportunity to increase revenue.


Have the convenience of charging at home with access to energy monitoring. Our charger-as-a-service (CaaS) solution is the optimal way to charge your vehicle without worrying about cost and maintenance.

Multi-Unit Dwelling

An increasing challenge property owner’s face today is lack of amenities to support EV drivers. Provide convenient access to EV charging and increase revenue with high value tenants.

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