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  • Are EnergiSpot charging solutions compatible with all electric vehicles?
    EnergiSpot EV chargers are equipped with standard or optional connectors that are compatible with most EVs. For our DC Fast Chargers, we offer CCS, NACS, and CHAdeMO connectors to accommodate a wide range of vehicles. For all Level 1 and Level 2 AC Chargers, the J1772 connector comes standard.
  • Do EnergiSpot EV chargers meet the requirements of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI), or Build America Buy America (BABA)?
    EnergiSpot products align with stringent standards established by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), CFR 680, and the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) initiatives. Engineered for utmost reliability and ease of use, our EVSE offerings are designed to exceed the expectations of owners, operators, and drivers.
  • How long does it take to charge an EV with an EnergiSpot charger?
    Charging times vary based on the type of charger you use and the battery capacity of your EV. With a Level 1 charger, you will typically need to charge over night. With a Level 2 charger like the EnergiSpot NRG 19.2 kW Level 2 charger, you can charge your EV in 180 hours. With a DC Ultra Fast Charger like the EnergiSpot NRG 350, you can charge your EV from 20% to 80% in as little as 15.7 minutes.
  • What types of EV chargers does EnergiSpot offer?
    EnergiSpot offers a variety of EV charging solutions, including Level 1, Level 2, and DC Fast Charging stations, catering to different needs and scenarios, such as home charging, public areas, parking lots, small businesses, multi-family dwellings, and light-, medium-, or heavy-duty fleet charging.
  • Are there any incentives or rebates available for installing EV charging stations?
    Various federal, state, and local utility provider incentives and rebates can significantly reduce the cost of purchasing and installing EV charging stations. EnergiSpot can help you navigate and apply for these incentives where applicable.
  • Does EnergiSpot offer maintenance or support for its EV chargers?
    EnergiSpot offers ongoing maintenance and support services to ensure the reliability and efficiency of your EV charging stations. This includes regular maintenance checks, software updates, and 24/7 customer and driver support.
  • What is the difference between AC and DC charging for EVs?
    There are two types of electrical current that can be used to charge an electric vehicle (EV): Alternating current (AC), which is how power comes from the grid Direct current (DC), which is how the battery in your EV stores energy The main difference between AC and DC charging is where the conversion from AC to DC occurs and how that affects the time required to charge your EV. When you use an AC charger, the conversion from AC to DC happens within your EV. When you use a DC charging station, the conversion from AC to DC happens within the charging station. This allows DC power to flow directly from the station into the EV battery. As a result, DC Ultra Fast Chargers like the NRG 350 can charge an EV from 20% to 80% in less than 16 minutes, depending on your car's charging capacity and the charging station's power output.
  • How do I get a quote for EnergiSpot EV chargers?
    For additional information on pricing or to receive a custom quote for your location, click here to get in touch with one of our EV charging experts.
  • Why should I go electric?
    Switching to an electric vehicle (EV) is an easy way to reduce your personal emissions and contribute to a sustainable future for all. Going electric can also save you money since EVs generally required less maintenance and electricity is cheaper than gas. With home EV charging from EnergiSpot, charging your EV is as convenient as plugging in your phone. Just plug in your EV every evening and start every day with a full battery.
  • How does EnergiSpot contribute to environmental sustainbility?
    EnergiSpot is committed to sustainability by offering eco-friendly EV charging solutions. Our stations often utilize renewable energy sources, and we continuously work towards reducing the carbon footprint of EV charging.
  • What is EVSE?
    EVSE stands for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, more commonly known as EV charging stations or EV chargers. EVSE provides the electrical power to recharge electric vehicles (EVs). EVSEs vary in charging speed, connector types, and power capacities.
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