Universal EV Charger FAQ’s

Host sites located along busy throughways can be good sites for Level 3 EV chargers/DC fast chargers. Other locations that attract customers or users who are likely to spend at least a few hours at the site are good candidates for Level 2 charging stations. These sites include multifamily housing, retail, office buildings, hospitality businesses (e.g., hotels) and entertainment locations (e.g., theatres, bowling alleys, concert venues, etc.).
Costs can range from a few thousand dollars to around eighty thousand dollars for a Level 3 EV charging station/DC fast charger. This cost can be offset by Federal and local tax incentives and rebates. Universal EV Charging also offers a number of cost and revenue sharing options for qualified customers.
Yes. EV charging stations can definitely offer an attractive revenue stream, especially in a busy location. Once the EV charging station is installed, it requires very little maintenance so most of the revenue is not offset by additional costs.
EV drivers have access to several EV charging apps that allow them to find chargers that suit their needs (e.g., time and cost to charge, distance to the EV charging station, opportunities to entertain themselves or just to take advantage of the charging time, etc.).
Until recently, electric vehicles could only receive charges through certain types of EV chargers with their own connectors and charging protocols. As of 2022, most EVs can be charged on any charger through an adapter or a universal port. As a practical matter, all Universal EV Chargers are universal, making searches for compatible chargers a thing of the past.
Users pay for charging their electric vehicle either through an EV charging app where they have stored their payment information or directly through a credit card charge. Universal EV chargers also have a QR code for a quick and easy payment option.