EV Charging Levels De-Mystified

EV Charging Levels Level 1 Chargers Level 2 Chargers

With so many EV’s hitting the market these days we thought it would be a good time to talk about charging levels since it can be especially confusing when considering your first EV.

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EV Trucks Galore Coming Out 2021!

Let’s talk trucks.  It seems like this whole year all we’ve heard about in the EV realm is the next hot EV truck, and assuming these all go to production there will be A LOT of choices to consider. So let’s cut through the clutter and go down the list of potential choices for 2021: Tesla Cybertruck: We will start with Tesla, of course since they are the first to tout a fully electric truck and it’s already rumored that they are in the midst of a redesign of this truck, likely due to it’s polarizing wedge shape. Despite it’s...

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EV Charging Plugs explained

EV Accessories EV Chargers EV Connectors EV Plugs

EV’s are finally gaining acceptance (thank you Tesla) and the big manufacturers are finally jumping on the EV bandwagon.  Now that we an ever-expanding choice of EV’s, and PHEV’s to choose from, it can get a little murky when looking for a charger due to all the various plug types, so we thought it would be great to help explain the differences between them all. Why so many different plugs? There currently isn’t a unified, adopted plug type, so it varies across regions and models, however as of late we’re seeing the Combined Charging System (CCS) being adopted in North...

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Install a SAE J1772 EV Charger Nozzle Dock Holster

In this video, Rich shows us just how easy it is to install a SAE J1772 EV Charger Nozzle, Dock or Holster. This fits your most basic NEMA level 1 and level 2 charging adapters, helping to keep your garage organized and your charging cables off the floor.   Any questions, comments or concerns you can reach us at: Email: Text Us: (404) 487-0440  

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EV stocks leading the Auto Sector

As we keep our eyes on the volatility of the stock market in 2020. It's refreshing to see that the EV sector is leading the auto market. Tesla alone became the world's most valuable automaker this year. Here are a couple more EV makers to keep an eye on.  "Electric vehicle players Workhorse Group (WKHS +34.6%), Kandi Technologies (KNDI +12.6%), Electrameccanica Vehicles (SOLO +14.5%), Nikola (NKLA +10.6%), Tesla (TSLA +2.4%) and Nio (NIO +2.0%) are all higher on the day as investors keep flooding into EV-related names." For more details: As businesses get back to normal and people get back to work, undoubtedly there will...

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