To recharge your electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle at home you will need a dedicated parking space, which can be your driveway, a shared garage, a common outdoor parking space, or anything else adjacent to your property that you have the right of use for.
Don’t have your dedicated parking space: See the alternatives
Level 1: The emergency solution
If you have an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle, you already have a Level 1 charger. This charger can be plugged into any residential socket, so you can practically charge anywhere. There are however significant drawbacks:
Level 2: The standard method
Whether you live in a separate house or an apartment building as long as you have a dedicated parking spot, we can install a Level 2 charging station.
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At the present moment the legislation does not permit the installation of private charging stations in public spaces.
Get informed when a public charging station is available in your area
Alternatives to charging at home
Level 3 (DC) – for trips and emergencies
When you need to recharge you vehicle as quickly as possible, you will need to find a Level 3 charging station in your area. These chargers are are capable of recharging an electrical vehicle for 100km in just about 20 minutes. Keep in mind that these stations use either a CCS 2 (combo) or CHAdeMO connector and the compatibility varies among various vehicles.