How to Charge an Electric Car? The Guide

If you have off-street parking, you can quickly charge your electric vehicle at home by installing a dedicated home charger.

If you have an overnight plug-in option, this is usually the most convenient place to charge.

Many organizations are increasingly installing charging stations to assist employees and guests with environmental issues or to facilitate the transition to electric fleets.

Workplace chargers often have universal "Type 2" sockets and offer the same charging rate as home chargers, so you'll need to bring your own cable for your device.

You don't usually need to fully charge on the go, but frequent charging means you won't run out of power or have to wait for a full battery.

For full-battery electric vehicles, target charging stations typically provide 7 kW of charging power and a range of 20-30 miles per connect time (BEV).