Electric Vehicle Market
Welcome to the transformation! In the early 1900s, Americans were unsure about changing from horses and carriages to automobiles. Texting, the internet, and the cell phone required adaptation at the end of the last century.
In this century, the movement to EV technology is in place, and we will help you navigate the process. We help with vehicle selection, charging options, and even investment analysis!
EV Charging Options
We explore the options for residential and commercial applications and provide contractor solutions.
“Anything that won’t sell, I don’t want to invent. Its sale is proof of utility, and utility is success.”Thomas Edison
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An electric vehicle (EV) works by using an electric motor to power the vehicle. The motor is typically powered by a battery pack that can be charged by plugging the vehicle into an electric power source.
When the driver presses the accelerator pedal, the electric motor converts the electricity stored in the battery into mechanical energy. This is used to drive the wheels and propels the vehicle forward. The motor can be designed to produce different levels of power and torque. These factors determine the vehicle’s acceleration and top speed.
Unlike a gasoline engine, an electric motor produces no emissions, making EVs a cleaner and more environmentally friendly option for transportation. While production materials and processes are not always considered green, the ability to charge using consumer-selected electricity suppliers has the potential for ‘greener’ usage.
Tesla has led the fast charger network with over 35,000 worldwide. Over 6,000 non-Tesla fast charging stations have already been installed.
Currently, 51,648 public charging stations exist in the United States. Find the ones near YOU:
Installation of a fast, home charger is affordable and an easy, electrician-completed project.
With high gas prices and rising electricity costs, home recharging is still cheaper than refueling at the pump. Initial prices of EVs are higher on average across model lines, but maintenance costs are predictably lower.