Are all Electric Car Chargers the same?
EV Electric car charger Installation Tamworth Coventry states. The simple answer is no electric car chargers vary this is why it is essential to contact an independent car charger installer for advice like Able Electric. People with solar panels will be best suited to a charger that can take the power directly from their solar panels. That is of course if they are not at work and they can charge in the day. Companies who want data and to charge drivers the cost of charging will need a smart charger. Those companies who just intend the charger to be of use for the MD and staff might not want to charge the electricity usage. They would be happy with a dumb charger. These companies might not want to claim the grant as not only will you have to go through the extra cost of a smart charger but will have to pay ongoing data charges. Other companies may want banks of chargers. The list goes on call 0121 2850136 for advice
There are lots of benefits that come with driving your electric vehicle (EV), but as we speak to drivers about EVs every day we do understand that many people still have concerns about making the switch from petrol or diesel. Even with well-established car brands such as Mini and Vauxhall now entering the market alongside electric car innovators Tesla.
According to the motoring research organisation, the RAC Foundation, around one in five job adverts require the applicant to be able to drive. With more than 15 million people regularly driving to work in England and Wales, and light vans accounting for more than 50 billion vehicle miles each year, there are plenty of people who rely on their car or van for work.
So it’s not surprising that one of the biggest issues on people’s minds usually revolves around how long it takes to charge an electric car. If you are on the road a lot or using your car or van for work you might think that charging times mean electric just isn’t for you. But you may be surprised to learn that charging up might not take anywhere near as long as you think. You hopefully will never run out of charge as there are enough warnings when running low on charge. If you are on a journey you will seldom need to fully charge to finish your journey. The time for a full charge is in many ways irrelevant as you will be doing that overnight.