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Multi-Family Homes and EV Charging
EV charging stations are not only convenient for the residents of multi-family buildings, they attract a growing population of EV drivers, add to amenities offered by communities, can earn a building LEED points, and increase property values. According to EV Safe Charge, they also send a message to the community about going green and taking
Why Are EVs Perfect for the Healthcare Industry?
When you think of electric vehicles, you may not immediately think of the healthcare industry; however, studies show air quality and personal health are closely tied together. Poor air quality standards create an environement for illness. Installing electric vehicle charging stations at hospitals, doctor’s offices, and medical centers it promotes more options for an ever-growing
Here’s How to Get the Most Out of Your Building’s Existing Electrical Capacity
As a building facilitator interested in installing electric vehicle chargers in your business’s garage or parking lot, there are ways to make sure you’re getting the most out of your existing electrical capacity before you pay for an upgrade. If you’re planning EVSE installation, the first thing you’ll need to check is if your building has
Can You Charge Your EV with Solar Power?
Solar power can help make EVs the cleanest running vehicles in the world. Concerned about the fossil fuels used to create the electricity that fuels your EV? You’re not alone. Some drivers are worried the source of their power may not be very clean. We know that EVs are 2-3X as efficient as gas-powered vehicles
What Happens to Spent EV Batteries?
What Happens to Spent EV Batteries? EV batteries can be recycled, reused, or both, fueling everything from electric bicycles to elevators. While myths about EV batteries end up in landfills still persist, the energy left inside used EV batteries is far too valuable to waste. Electric batteries are expensive, but unlike gas-powered vehicles, they don’t
The Average Charger Speed vs. The IQ 200
There is nothing else on the market like the Blink IQ 200. Blink designed an 80-amp charger to be installed on a 100-amp circuit; Level 2 charging does not get any faster than this. The physical equipment is already capable of offering far more amps than new many new EVs need. The Porsche Taycan has