Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure is ever-growing and does not show any signs of slowing down. A projected 15 million PEVs (Plug in Electric Vehicle) will be on the road in 2030. Up to 30,000 EVSE and over half a million Level 2 EVSE would need made accessible to meet skyrocketing demand.
With a revolutionary design and the most up to date engineering, our EV chargers are taking North America to the next level for electric vehicle owners and business owners of various industries.
Our EV Charging Stations are compatible with any electric vehicle, so business owners can provide a better customer experience, and EV owners can park at any of our easy-to-use charging stations without worry!
Here are some of the things site owners must consider when contemplating a new EV charging station:
Business Plan Input:
Universal EV Chargers can walk you through the decisions and assumptions you will need to build your own business plan for an EV charging station.
Most site owners have, by this time, noted EV charging stations around town. Sometimes, these stations are simply a few chargers located on the sidewalk at the top of two or three parking spaces that are out of the main traffic patterns. In other cases, based on demand from customers or employees, we might see two long rows of chargers. This second EV charging station configuration requires a more complex design for electric conduit, signage and way finding, additional parking nearby for EVs after they’ve been charged, spaces for larger vehicles like light duty trucks and so forth. Universal EV Chargers can assist site owners with these and other design challenges.
Permits, Zoning & Building Codes:
All jurisdictions will require the submission of a site design that meets city/county zoning and building codes before permits will be issued. During and after the EV charging station installation, the city/county will also inspect the installation at various points before a certificate of completion according to local codes will be issued. The Universal EV Chargers team will assist with these requirements.
The local power company will need to inspect the couplings where power will be connected to the EV charging units before the units can be connected to the grid. Once connected, Universal EV Chargers will test to ensure successful power flow and the ability to monitor the amount of electricity required for each charge.
Our experience with commercial solar panel installations in the last decade informed the unique design of our Level 2 charging stations. We designed the Level 2 charging stations to make installation faster and less complex, which translates to less on-site disruption.
Universal EV Chargers’ nationwide EV charge network of electrical contractors perform regular maintenance to ensure maximum uptime. Additionally, our data network automatically alerts the closest contractor on the network to perform any required maintenance. Other EV charger providers have experienced out-of-order issues that have soured customers.
Whether you prefer to own and operate your own EV charging station, invite Universal EV Chargers to provide a turnkey solution or something in between, Universal EV Chargers has the experience and know how to make sure your charging station works for your business and customers.