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How EverCharge Makes EV Charging for Condos and Apartments Easy
More than 90% of EV drivers agree that home is the best place to charge an electric vehicle. Single-family home owners can simply install charging in their garage, but if you live in a condo things start getting tricky.
EV Charging For Dummies
What are the differences in charging levels? Level 1 - Plugging a vehicle into a 110V outlet (an ordinary wall outlet like you would plug your phone into), is the slowest option for charging. In a Nissan Leaf, you would get about 4-5 driving miles per hour of charging. Given
Owning An Electric Car in an Apartment is Difficult But It Doesn't Have to Be
More than a quarter of Americans live in an apartment or condo, and nearly all of them will have a hard time owning an electric car. But why? Most buildings are already nearing power capacity or have already reached it, meaning no new electrical infrastructure can be added without costly
What Makes EV Charging in Apartments So Difficult Anyway?
As you may have heard Tesla is attempting to tackle the problem of EV charging in apartments and condos. This past year I have made little secret of that fact that EverCharge is the industry leader in this space and we couldn't be happier about the news. We have spent
EverCharge Closes $1.4MM Seed Round
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- SAN FRANCISCO Oct 5, 2015 -- EverCharge the leading smart electric vehicle (EV) charging provider for multi-tenant properties, announced today a seed investment of $1.4 million led by hardware-focused venture fund Bolt. The financing will be used to fund EverCharge's continued national expansion and for
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