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EV Chargers

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The electric future is around the corner.

With an anticipated 26.4 million electric vehicles on the road in the US by 2030, your customers, tenants, and employees are all rapidly increasing their demand for available electric vehicle charging.

McKinsey estimates that if half of all vehicles sold by 2030 are EVs, the United States would need at least 1.2 million public EV chargers and 28 million private EV chargers to satisfy demand. Additionally, new regulations will require up to 20% of parking spaces in new buildings to be either ready for EV charger installation, or to have them fully up and running.

So, if customers and employees will need them, and building codes will require them, where does that leave building owners and developers?

Enterprise-level EV charging is here.

We’ve got your install covered. Installing enterprise-level commercial EV chargers requires a broad set of skills and is typically is more challenging than your average residential install.

Sunworks’ experience surveying, designing, procuring, interconnecting, and installing more than 27,000 solar projects over the last 20+ years translates into hard-earned expertise across all of the required disciplines needed for your commercial EV charger installation.

Learn more about Enterprise-level EV charging by watching Sunworks' Director of EV Business Development Jason O’Neill deliver his 2023 Inter Solar presentation.

Site Assessment
Commercial EV charger installation requires a detailed site assessment, including the electrical capacity of the building, the distance to the electrical service panel, and the presence of other electrical loads.
Permits and Logistics
Commercial installations require permits and approvals from local authorities, including fire, electrical, and building departments as well coordination with stakeholders such as local power companies, electrical contractors, and municipalities.
Electrical Upgrades
Upgrades to your existing electrical infrastructure may be required, such as increasing the capacity of the electrical service panel or installing new electrical conduits.
Higher Safety Standards
Commercial EV charger installations are subject to higher safety standards, including fire and electrical codes, and may require additional equipment such as emergency shut-off switches and arc fault circuit interrupters.
Desert Valleys Credit Union / Eric Bruen
“Having the first public EV station in the city was absolutely one of our strategies from the get-go.”
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Pay less with rebates.

The open secret of EV charging installation are the amazing rebate, incentive, and tax credit programs available for installation nationwide. These programs can cut the cost of charger installation by up to 60-70% on many projects if you qualify – but they are not always easy to find.

With our 20+ years of experience in power delivery, the Sunworks team is well versed in these programs and ready to help find all of the incentives your facility is qualified for and to help you along with the request process.

Want to get started with EV chargers?

With our hard-earned expertise across all of the required disciplines needed for your commercial EV charger installation, we’ll get you on the road fast. Contact us today.