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More Plug-In Cars and SUVs Mean More Places Need Plugs

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The number of electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEV) available with plugs will expand greatly in the coming years, and the model mix will change in the process. Today, there are mostly pure electric vehicles with ranges from 60 to 85 miles, and smaller plug-in hybrids with electric ranges of 11 to 45 miles but this is changing very quickly.

In the near future, there will be greater variety of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles including SUVs, crossovers, large luxury sedans, longer range plug-in hybrids like the Volt, and more pure electric cars with longer ranges.

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Solution: Finding A Spot For EV Charging In A Crowded Parking Lot

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Smart retailers are realizing that free or inexpensive EV charging is a great way to attract customers and encourage them to spend more, but many retail facilities are nervous about giving up a spot or two in their crowded lot. One of our customers in a fast growing restaurant district recently came up with a compromise solution that works very well: Parking spots that are short term OR EV parking.

As an EV driver, I certainly wouldn't mind waiting a few minutes if I knew a charging spot would open up soon, and at the same time the property owner...

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Don't Let Someone Else's Profit Center Ruin Your Amenity

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One of the most effective and proven ways to increase dwell time and average spend is to install electric vehicle charging stations.

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Miles of Range Per Hour Explained by ChargePoint

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What is Miles of Range Per Hour for an EV Charging Station?

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Why A Volt Owner Might Want A 30-Amp Station

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Unless you are an electrician or an engineer, the difference between volts, amps, and watts probably don’t mean much to you. However, if you are an EV driver, you probably already know the difference between Level 1 and Level 2.

Isn’t all Level 2 charging the same? In fact, the rate of charging speed of Level 2 can vary greatly.

The math is actually quite simple: Volts * Amps = Watts. So, if you have your EV plugged into a 110v outlet at 16-amps (common in the U.S.), then you are getting a charge of 1,760 watts, or...

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