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Car Charger Installation

We offer professional electrical service for installing electric vehicle charging stations in residential and commercial spaces, with three charging options. 

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Car chargers

What is Electric Vehicle charging?

There currently are two different types of electric vehicles:


Battery Electric Vehicles and Plugin Hybrid Vehicles. Both of these types of electric vehicles run on electricity, or an electricity-gasoline combination. When the battery depletes, it would be recharged using electricity from a charging station. Charging stations can be installed both residentially or commercially.

In order to install an electric vehicle charging station it will require professional electrical service. The Nichent Energy team will help you with installation according to manufacturer specifications and your electrical infrastructure.

Different types of electrical charging stations

There are currently 3 different options of electric vehicle charging stations. Choosing the correct option for your business will depend on the vehicle types that you are servicing, the speed and your electrical infrastructure.

Reach out to our team to learn more about the correct electric vehicle chargers for your business.

Charging Stations Levels

Electric vehicle charging stations come in three levels, each with varying charging speeds and electrical requirements.

Level 1

120 Volts

  • The slowest charging option

  • A common option for (single)-residential charging

  • Charger is connected to a standard 120-volt wall outlet

  • Able to provide a 4-6 miles of range for each hour of charging

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Level 2

208/240 Volts

  • Faster charging option, often not included with purchase of electric vehicle

  • Requires dedicated 208 or 240 volt circuit

  • Electrician is required for installation and any service panel upgrades

  • Can provide 25-40 miles each hour of charging

  • A common option for commercial

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Level 3

480 Volts

  • Fastest charging option

  • May be used for public charging

  • Will require 480 volt service

  • Able to provide up to 3 - 20 miles of range each minute of charging

Why are people switching over to electric vehicles?

Many drivers are making the change to electric. Between the savings on gas, maintenance, initial purchase and reduced emissions, it is clear to see the benefits of making a switch to electric. Additionally there are many rebates, tax credits and other incentives that can save customers money by making the switch to an electric vehicle.


EV Benefits & Installation

Discover EV benefits, incentives, and charging station
installation services with Nichent Energy.

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Energy, Maintenance, Gas & Emission Savings

By switching to an electric vehicle, drivers can save money on energy, maintenance, gas, and reduce their emissions. Visit the link below to learn more about about potential savings.

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Tax Incentives & Credits 

Tax Incentives & Credits for Electric Vehicles provide potential rebates and credits to offset the upfront cost of purchasing an electric vehicle, making it a more financially feasible option for customers looking to make the switch. Visit the link below to learn more about the potential incentives available.

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Installing Electric vehicle
charging stations

Our team at Nichent Energy will be able to provide best practices and guidelines for preparing your property for electric vehicle charging installation. Reach out to our team today.

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