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Mobox series

DC
Mobox Series DC Charger features an integrated design characterised by compact size and lightweight construction. It allows for quick power connection, easy mobility and convenient vehicle transport.
30kW / 40kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets / Dealership
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Rocket series

DC
Rocket Series DC Charger uses a constant power module to reduce charging time with high current output. It smartly allocates power to meet different charging needs for safe and fast charging.
180kW / 240kW / 300kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets/ Dealership
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corebox series ev charger

Corebox series

DC
High-speed, smart grid integration, load balancing, remote monitoring, sleek design, user-friendly, advanced safety, EV compatible.
30kW
Workplaces / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets
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turbo series ev charger

Turbo series

DC
Lightning-fast 60-120kW, high-powered, smart grid integration, remote control, durable design, safe, compatible with various EVs.
60kW / 120kW
Fuel retail / CPOs / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets
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nano series ev charger

Nano series

AC
For home/commercial use, remote control, QR code/card activation, 8 safety features, optional wireless, smart load balancing.
1x22kW / 2x11kW
Home / Workplaces/ CPO / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets / Dealership
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Vita series

AC
Safe, efficient, UK & EU compliant, cloud management, Wi-Fi/Ethernet, easy install, MID certified energy meter.
7kW / 22kW
Workplaces / CPO / Retail & hospitality / Commercial parking / Fleets
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Business EV Charging Applications

Benefits of Our Business Charging Solution

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Modernization

Enhance your business amenities with the convenience of EV charging, attracting more customers and showcasing your commitment to the environment.

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Custom Branding

Personalize your charging stations with your company logo or branding, creating a unique and branded experience for your customers.

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Profitability

Utilize evchargo platform to analyze usage patterns, track revenue, and optimize your charging infrastructure for maximum return on investment.

benefits of business charging solutions
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Cost-Effective

Customize your charging infrastructure to meet your business needs, whether it’s a single station or a network of stations.

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Scalable Solutions

Many Fast DC EV Charging stations are powered by renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power. This makes fast charging a sustainable and environmentally friendly option for EV drivers.

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Flexibility

With a wide range of power outputs, from 7kW to 240kW, our EV chargers provide you with the flexibility to choose the charging speed that best suits your needs.

Case Study

Case Study

FAQs for Business EV Charging Solution

Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations offer several benefits for businesses:
  1. Attracting Customers: Installing EV charging stations can attract EV owners to your business, such as restaurants, shopping centers, and hotels, encouraging them to visit and stay longer.
  2. Increased Foot Traffic: EV drivers often spend time near charging stations while their vehicles charge, potentially leading to increased foot traffic and sales for nearby businesses.
  3. Susainability: Supporting EV adoption aligns with sustainability goals, demonstrating your commitment to reducing carbon emissions and promoting clean energy.
  4. Competitive Advantage: Offering EV charging can give your business a competitive edge, especially as more consumers choose electric vehicles.
  5. Customer Loyalty: Providing a convenient charging option can foster customer loyalty, as EV owners may return to your establishment for charging needs.
  6. Public Relations: EV charging stations can enhance your business’s public image, showcasing your commitment to environmental responsibility.
  7. Additional Revenue: Depending on your business model, you may generate revenue from charging fees or offer charging as a complimentary service to customers.
  8. Employee Benefits: Workplace charging can be a valuable perk for employees who drive EVs, aiding recruitment and retention.

Overall, EV charging stations can benefit businesses by attracting customers, boosting sales, promoting sustainability, and enhancing their competitive position in a rapidly changing automotive landscape.

Selecting the optimal electric car charging station for your business hinges on factors like your specific needs, business model, and target clientele. Here’s a breakdown of AC and DC charging stations, their benefits, suitable settings, and how they might align with your business objectives:
 
Residential:
Type: AC Chargers (Level 2)
Advantages: Ideal for overnight charging at homes, offering convenience for EV owners.
Business Alignment: Property developers can integrate residential AC chargers to appeal to environmentally conscious homebuyers and tenants.
 
Shopping Mall:
Type: AC Chargers (Level 2)
Advantages: Provides moderate-speed charging for shoppers, enhancing their experience while at the mall.
Business Alignment: Malls can attract eco-conscious shoppers by offering convenient AC charging facilities.
 
Hotel or Resort:
Types: AC Chargers (Level 2) and DC Fast Chargers (Level 3)
Advantages: Accommodates both overnight guests and travelers with quick-charging needs.
Business Alignment: Offering a mix caters to various guest requirements and sets the establishment apart.
 
Commercial Parking Garages:
Types: AC Chargers (Level 2) and DC Fast Chargers (Level 3)
Advantages: Provides options for daily commuters (AC) and quick charging for busy urban areas (DC).
Business Alignment: Generates additional revenue and attracts eco-conscious commuters.
 
Tourist Attractions:
Types: AC Chargers (Level 2) and DC Fast Chargers (Level 3)
Advantages: Ensures access to charging for both local visitors and travelers exploring the area.
Business Alignment: Attracts eco-tourists and encourages longer stays.
 
Fleet Operations:
Type: DC Fast Chargers (Level 3)
Advantages: Rapid charging reduces downtime, crucial for fleet vehicles.
Business Alignment: Essential for fleet operators like delivery companies or taxi services to keep vehicles operational.
 
Gas Station:
Type: Combination of AC (Level 2) and DC Fast Chargers (Level 3)
Advantages: Attracts both local customers and long-distance travelers, catering to diverse charging needs.
Business Alignment: Diversifies services to stay relevant in the electric mobility era.
For public Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, you’ll find the following options:
 
Level 2 Chargers (AC Charging): These chargers, like the Alvis Series (7-11 kW), Caro Series, Silk Series, Nano Series (22 kW), and Cubo Series (2×7 or 1×14 kW), as well as the Solvo Series (22 kW) from EN Plus, are prevalent at public charging stations. They offer moderate-speed AC charging suitable for daily needs and can fully charge an EV in a few hours, depending on the battery capacity.
 
Level 3 Chargers (DC Fast Charging): These chargers, such as the Corebox Series (30 kW), Turbo Series (60-120 kW), Rocket Series (180-240 kW), and Sun Series (480 kW), deliver high-voltage DC power for quick charging. Typically found along highways, they are ideal for long-distance travel, significantly reducing charging times for various EV models.
 
AC and DC Combo Chargers: Some stations provide both AC Level 2 chargers and DC fast chargers. This combo offers flexibility, ensuring different EVs can access charging conveniently.
 
When using public charging stations, ensure your EV is compatible with the charger’s connector type and power level. Utilize mobile apps or websites provided by charging networks to locate available stations and check real-time status for a seamless charging experience.

Yes, you can earn revenue from Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations through various methods:

  1. Charging Fees: Charging station operators typically charge EV owners for using the charging facilities. You can set pricing based on factors like charging speed and location.
  2. Subscription Models: Offer subscription plans for regular EV users, providing them with discounted or unlimited charging options for a monthly fee.
  3. Advertise and Promote: Partner with local businesses or brands to advertise at your charging stations. You can earn revenue through advertising agreements or sponsorships.
  4. Value-Added Services: Offer additional services such as premium parking, Wi-Fi access, or car wash services to generate extra user income.
  5. Demand Response Programs: Participate in demand response programs with utility companies. They may compensate you for adjusting charging rates during peak demand periods.
  6. Roaming Agreements: Collaborate with other charging networks to allow cross-network charging. You can earn a fee for hosting users from other networks.
  7. Data Insights: Collect and sell anonymized data on charging habits and user behavior to interested parties, such as automakers or energy companies.
  8. Government Incentives: In some regions, governments offer incentives, grants, or subsidies for installing charging stations, which can help offset costs.
  9. Partnerships: Explore partnerships with EV manufacturers, retailers, or property owners to share costs and resources, potentially increasing your earnings.
  10. Membership Programs: Establish membership or loyalty programs that offer discounts or exclusive benefits to regular users.

Earning from EV charging stations can be a combination of charging fees, additional services, partnerships, and creative revenue streams. Conducting a thorough business plan and considering factors like location and user demographics to maximize your earnings is important.

Yes, you can customize the branding of your business charging station, and EN Plus offers ODM (Original Design Manufacturing) and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturing) services to facilitate this customization.
 
ODM (Original Design Manufacturing) Service:
With EN Plus ODM service, you can design and develop your own unique charging station based on your specific branding and design preferences.
You can collaborate with EN Plus to create a charging station that aligns perfectly with your business’s image and style.
EN Plus can assist in the entire product development process, from design and engineering to manufacturing and quality control, ensuring your charging station meets your exact specifications.
 
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturing) Service:
If you have a particular design or branding concept in mind but want to use EN Plus’s expertise in manufacturing, OEM service is an ideal option.
You can provide your branding elements, such as logos, colors, and other visual assets, and EN Plus will incorporate them into the charging station’s design.
This service allows you to have a customized charging station without requiring extensive product development.
 
By leveraging EN Plus’s ODM and OEM services, you can create a branded charging station that provides a valuable service to your customers and reinforces your business’s identity and commitment to sustainability. This customization can help enhance your brand image and customer engagement.
Managing your business charging station effectively is crucial for its smooth operation and customer satisfaction. Here’s how you can achieve this:
  1. User Access Control: Implement user access controls to ensure only authorized individuals or vehicles can use your charging station. This can include methods like RFID cards or mobile apps for authentication.
  2. Reservation System: Offer a reservation system that enables users to schedule charging sessions in advance. This helps with planning and ensures availability when needed.
  3. Charging Scheduling: Utilize charging scheduling features if available, allowing you to set specific times for charging to optimize energy usage and cost savings.
  4. Pricing and Billing: Establish clear pricing for your charging services, whether it’s based on kWh or hourly rates. Ensure transparency in billing and provide multiple payment options like credit cards and mobile payments.
  5. Remote Monitoring: Use remote monitoring and management software to track usage, detect issues, and perform maintenance tasks remotely for efficient operations.
  6. Usage Reports: Provide users and administrators with detailed reports on their charging history, costs, and energy consumption for transparency and budgeting.
  7. Customer Support: Offer accessible customer support channels, such as a helpline or email, to assist users with any questions or issues related to the charging station.
  8. Maintenance Alerts: Implement an alert system that promptly notifies you of any maintenance or technical issues with the charging station, ensuring timely resolution.
  9. User Notifications: Keep users informed about their charging session status through mobile apps or email, including notifications when charging is complete or if there are delays.
  10. Feedback Mechanism: Encourage users to provide feedback, allowing you to continuously enhance the charging station’s service and address any concerns or suggestions.

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