An EV charger is installed by one of our licensed electrician and connected to your electrical panel. It provides a dedicated power source for charging your electric vehicle.
An electrician will assess your electrical system's capacity and make any necessary upgrades to accommodate the charger.
Installation generally takes a half day to a full day, depending on factors like wiring and charger type.
Yes, solar panels can be integrated with an EV charging station to use solar-generated energy for charging.
Yes, there is 2 ways to get better rates though your utility provider.
A solar system involves placing photovoltaic panels on a roof or structure to harness sunlight and convert it into electricity. The panels generate direct current (DC) electricity, which is then converted into alternating current (AC) by an inverter, making it usable for your home or business.
Solar panels can significantly reduce your electricity bills by generating your own clean energy. They also contribute to a smaller carbon footprint, increase property value, and may provide potential tax incentives and rebates.
The cost depends on factors like system size, location, type of panels, and installation complexity. Generally, upfront costs are offset by long-term savings on energy bills.
It's recommended to assess the condition of your roof before installation. If your roof is due for replacement, it's best to do so before installing solar panels.
Installation time varies, but typically ranges from a few days to a few weeks, depending on factors like system size and complexity.
Solar panels are low-maintenance. Periodic cleaning and monitoring for dirt or debris buildup, along with checking the inverter's performance, are recommended.
While energy production is reduced on cloudy days, solar panels can still generate some power. At night, your system draws power from the grid or Powerwall.
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