Commercial Chargers

Benefits of installing Electric chargers in your property

Futureproofing

Our chargers allow for future-proofing since they are smart and can handle charging a wide variety of charging capabilities, can support single and three-phase cables and can be topped up or upgraded without changing their structure. This proves to be a long-term investment since it can accommodate the upgrades and changes of the future.

Destination Charging

 Restaurant or mall owners can add value to their properties by allowing their guests to charge at their locations during their stay for a longer time and a lower charging fee. This can increase the value of your customers’ stay and keep them coming.

Providing essential business facilities

Installing an EV charger to your property enhances your property image and value and contributes to the smart structure of the location. It will also make your property a traffic-dense location and increase footfall.

Branding Values

Your EV charging station can be branded to further enhance your brand image and add value to your location. Your branding elements can be printed or installed anywhere near the station or on the pedestal according to your brand needs.

Revenue Generation

Your installed EV charger can turn into a source of income and generate steady revenue through integrating payment software with the charger to create tariffs for EV car users in the area.

Dynamic Load management system

Solargy’s dynamic load management software helps regulate electricity and energy flow when more than one vehicle is charging.
It uses an efficient charging method where the available electricity is balanced dynamically between the EV charging slots to prevent overloading the station.

What you need to install a charging station

  1. Acquire approval from municipalities or the responsible institution in case the station land is a public property.
  2. Check whether the cables’ dimensions are appropriate for the charging current. This detail can be double checked by our team.
  3. Fit your station with an RCD (residual current device), which balances the electricity going and out of your EV vehicle and restrict any overflow of electricity to avoid electric shocks
  4. If you install a charger that supports a high load, you should adopt a circuit breaker to avoid excessive current overload.
  5. The cables’ dimensions should be appropriate for the charging current; the suitable cable diameter can be determined by our team during the inspection process.
  6. The area you plan to install it in should be enough for your vehicle and charger with its cables.

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