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Condo EV Charging

As electric vehicles are becoming part of our daily lives, EV charging stations in condominiums will also become a very important sector to cover. EV charging stations for condos are a valuable asset that can add property value and that will also draw attention to the top quality renters who will be looking for an additional input to select their residence.

The Cyber Switching CSE11 electric car charging stations for condos can be the perfect addition to your building complex, giving your tenants a high quality smart EV charger that complies with OCPP protocol and that has a 99.98% uptime reliability.

EV Charging Solutions for Condos

Cyber EV Charger CSE1, Level 2 commercial electric vehicle charger
Single Charging Station on Pedestal; UL Certified and Energy Star Certified; For Indoor and Outdoor Use; Accept Payments; Manage remotely; Real-time data analytics; 2-year warranty;
Dual CSE1 Cyber EV chargers, pedestal mounted
Dual Charging Station on Pedestal; UL Certified and Energy Star Certified; For Indoor and Outdoor Use; Accept Payments; Manage remotely; Real-time data analytics; 2-year warranty;

The Benefits of Installing an EV Charger in Your Condo

Why You Need an EV Charger for Your Condo?

They say there is no place like home, and the truth is that there is no better place to charge your EV than at home. Adding condo EV charging stations to your property can increase the value of your condominium and can also make your EV charging experience more pleasant.

Besides, improve your time optimization by installing a condo charging station to charge your EV from the comfort and safety of your home while you are sleeping. Charging in a public charging station can take up to 1h or even more.

Additionally, save money by charging your vehicle with a condo charging station. Charging in a public charging station can represent twice the cost when compared to charging at the condominium under an off-peak TOU or a special electric vehicle rate schedule.

The next factor to consider is that level 2 EV charging stations for condos like the CSE11 provide a much better charging performance for your vehicle than constantly using a Direct Current Fast Charging station (or level 3 station). The reason is that the constant charge with high voltage and high current values from DCFC accelerates the derating process of the battery capacity over time. Meanwhile, when selecting a level 2 condo charging station, you will be charging your electric vehicle in AC with much lower current values, ensuring better performance for your vehicle on the long run.

We simplify the process of charging electric vehicles for condominiums

Thanks to Cyber Switching experience in the installation of electric car charging stations for condos, we have learned the importance of energy management implementation for this type of projects.

Hence we developed a unique solution in the market known as the EVMC that can potentially increase the number of CSE11 electric car charging stations for condominiums that you can install at your property by using the existing electrical infrastructure of the building.

This allows property managers (who already have built their buildings) to update their condos to include a much needed EV charger station without representing a major renovation process.

EV Charging for Condo Owners: FAQ

EV charging for condos is not precisely required to be included in new buildings at the national level. However, many jurisdictions (including California) are starting to include in building regulations the need for EV ready infrastructure that can host future EV charger additions without requiring any major infrastructure upgrade. While requirements according to CALGreen are at 3% of parking spaces, most common applications include EV charging stations for 10% of parking spaces.

Studies performed in several cities across the country show that adding a condo charging station can substantially increase the average rent value per square feet. For instance, cities like Los Angeles, Seattle and Saint Louis can increase the rent cost of a condominium anywhere between 22% and 40% for adding an EV station.

Yes, there are multiple state level incentives available, particularly in states like California, New York, Delaware, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut and Maryland.