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The EV charging station comprises an Electric Vehicle charger, Power Grid, Facility Meter, Energy Controller, Software platform, Network operating center, and other relevant components.

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 charge their electric car at public charging stations. They can be free, pay-as-you-go or subscription-based, with prices set by networks or property owners. Some automakers, such as Hyundai, Nissan and Tesla may provide complimentary public charging at certain chargers. 

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Level 1 is the slowest method, but sufficient for drivers who charge overnight and travel 30-40 miles per day. All electric cars come with a cable that can be plugged into a standard wall outlet with no equipment installation required. Level 1 works well at home, work or anywhere—when you have sufficient time to charge. Level 1 charging is ideal for plug-in hybrid electric cars that have smaller batteries, but it can suffice for some battery-electric car owners as well, depending on their daily range needs and length of time typically parked and charging.

Level 2 charging, also known as 220-volt charging, is slightly faster than Level 1 120-volt charging but requires a specialised equipment connection and a new dedicated electrical circuit. It’s found at some public stations and many workplaces as well as in some homes, this level makes use of the same charger that was used on older electric vehicles.



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Inductive charging is coming on strong and an increasing number of fleet operators are adopting wireless charging for their electric or hybrid fleet vehicles. Wireless charging is increasingly seen as a viable alternative to charging with a cord and plug.


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