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What’s it going to cost?

Everyone wants to know the cost upfront, bit to get the RIGHT answer you'll need to do a property evaluation.  Even in the worst case scenarios, property owners are still in the positive and those profits will eventually grow as the consumer market changes. Here's a...

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Is my property ready for EV?

Most properties will require some limited work to upgrade parking spaces into EV.  Building permits will vary  depending on your location and your type of property. If you have an older property you might need to upgrade some of the electrical conduits and power...

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Do you qualify for rebates? 

Not all properties will qualify for the same rebates and incentives. We can help you figure out which programs your property matches up to. Fill out the form below and a representative will contact your shortly.

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What kind of charging stations are there?

Charging stations are usually chosen based on what your properties needs are.  They come in three basic configurations that are relevant to most business; All purpose, fleet, and fast charge. The actual charging unit can be mounted on a wall or built into freestanding...

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What are the challenges to installation?

What are the challenges to installation? Every property is unique and will have its own challenges that can vary based on zoning, power bus access, load bearing capacity of the current infrastructure, and even landscaping issues. In many cases infrastructure issues...

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Charging Stations in Sacramento Create Income

You can't be caught like a deer in the EV headlights.  As Sacramento transitions into a higher percentage of electric vehicles consumers will be searching for convenient charging.  This is not a cost of doing business but a form of revenue if you set it up correctly. ...

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Water Harvesting

The total amount of water that is received in the form of rainfall over an area is called the rainwater endowment of the area. Out of this, the amount that can be effectively harvested is called the water harvesting potential. Water harvesting potential = Rainfall...

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