EV Charging Stations
Demand and interest in electric cars continues to grow as a greener travel options increase in popularity. Electric cars all come with a 120-volt charging cable that can charge the battery from a household socket if there are no other options. However, this method is inefficient and will not provide ample charge to perform your daily travel. Investing in a charging station enhances the performance and use of your electric vehicle; extending the length of your trip and making your commute with more reliable.
An EVSE, Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, or sometimes called an EV Charging Station, can charge your vehicle up to 4 times faster through a 240V circuit. A professional electrician should always be contracted for this install. Permits are also recommended. All EVSEs are either NEMA 3 or NEMA 4 rated for either indoor or outdoor installation. The difference is that NEMA 4 offers a little more protection from the elements.
Reviews from Local Installations
I personally had trouble in Hunterdon County finding someone reliable. I found a few that CLAIMED to know but they really were clueless, and the ones that were willing wanted so much ridiculous information before even coming out and they were very expensive that I would never have done it.
On my street alone there are 3 Tesla owners and probably 5 more in the coming year. You guys were awesome, professional, timely and Sarah and the crew were AMAZING.
WOW! Am I impressed. From the 1st call to Kope Electric to schedule an estimate....These guys always showed up on time. Did a professional job. Gave great quality and value and did the whole job quickly.
Many thanks to your and your team for doing an absolutely fantastic install. The Tesla Model Y is being delivered later this month and I can't wait to try out my new charger !
They did a great job. Clean and attention to detail