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    National EV

    Offering fast and smart EV Chargers

    We have a 60,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Houston, Texas. We pride ourselves on being a leader in turnkey installations for electric vehicle chargers throughout the United States. Several of the new models being offered this year provide for extended operating ranges, at lower costs than ever before, making EV ownership more appealing than ever. With major manufacturers, as well as government at all levels committed to as speedy a phase-out of cars with internal combustion engines as possible, the case for EV charging stations is growing daily.
    Our company prides ourselves on having the best EV Charging Products and Project Management Software to manage large installations for our clients EV needs. National EV sells, installs, and maintains Electric Vehicle chargers for any company looking to add EV Chargers to their commercial property portfolio. Our main customers are car dealerships, hotel and apartment community, retail shopping centers, and businesses that want to serve their employees and customers with a way to fuel their vehicles while EV owners are on site.

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    As the prevalence of electric vehicles continues to grow, more and more businesses are looking for ways to serve their EV-driving customers. One way to do this is by installing EV chargers. Our electricians can help your business get set up with the chargers it needs to provide this valuable service. We’ll work with you to determine the best location for the chargers and will ensure that they are properly installed and up to code. We understand that providing EV charging stations can give your business a competitive edge, and we’re here to help you make it happen. Contact us today to learn more about our EV charger installation services.

     

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      Frequently asked questions about EV's

      The vehicle industry has changed dramatically over the last decade. The domination of internal combustion engines has finally started decreasing with the rise in popularity of electric vehicles. Gasoline engines have ruled the roads since the early 1900s without much competition, however with the growth of modern day technology and advancements in engineering, the future of automobiles evokes a different image. The rise in consumer interest of EV technology has led to an increase of investments made by vehicle manufacturers into this new technology. As with any new technology or product, consumer interest started off slow, but many factors have played a part in increasing such enthusiasm. EV technology has increased rapidly, making EVs more affordable and more comfortable than ever before. Another factor for the rise in demand of EVs is the fact that consumers are now actively looking to make more conscious choices for the planet’s health including the reduction of carbon emissions. There are now more than 20 vehicle manufacturers investing in electric vehicles, which has led to an increase in competition, in turn leading to more innovation and lower prices for the consumers.

      So, why should a consumer switch from a traditional gas powered engine to an electric vehicle? The first reason that might come to mind is the benefit an electric vehicle provides to the environment. Around the world, the reduction of carbon emissions remains a high priority. Protecting the planet and reducing the general populations dependance on fossil fuels is of utmost concern. EV technologies have become of paramount importance to those consumers who wish to play a part in the United States’s greenhouse gas pollution reduction targets that are in place to achieve a 50-52 percent reduction from the 2005 levels. Unfortunately, the vehicles most of us continue to drive are a in fact a driver of increased carbon emissions into the atmosphere. One of the biggest advantages of an EV is the reduction of pollution caused by the vehicle itself. There is no tailpipe on an EV, so there are zero exhaust fumes excreted. In the course of a single year, just one electric car on the road can save an average 1.5 million grams of CO2. That’s the equivalent of four return flights from Houston to Miami. Another benefit to an EV is a decrease in noise pollution. . Most EVs are so quiet that they are now required by law to have an Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS), which is an accessory that generates sounds to surrounding pedestrians while the vehicle is travelling below 12mph.

      So, why should a consumer switch from a traditional gas powered engine to an electric vehicle? The first reason that might come to mind is the benefit an electric vehicle provides to the environment. Around the world, the reduction of carbon emissions remains a high priority. Protecting the planet and reducing the general populations dependance on fossil fuels is of utmost concern. EV technologies have become of paramount importance to those consumers who wish to play a part in the United States’s greenhouse gas pollution reduction targets that are in place to achieve a 50-52 percent reduction from the 2005 levels. Unfortunately, the vehicles most of us continue to drive are a in fact a driver of increased carbon emissions into the atmosphere. One of the biggest advantages of an EV is the reduction of pollution caused by the vehicle itself. There is no tailpipe on an EV, so there are zero exhaust fumes excreted. In the course of a single year, just one electric car on the road can save an average 1.5 million grams of CO2. That’s the equivalent of four return flights from Houston to Miami. Another benefit to an EV is a decrease in noise pollution. . Most EVs are so quiet that they are now required by law to have an Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS), which is an accessory that generates sounds to surrounding pedestrians while the vehicle is travelling below 12mph.

      Utilizing the level 1 charger is a relatively slow charge, with some taking 30-40 hours for a full 60kW load. A level 2 charger can add 12-80 miles per hour of charging, requiring between 2.5 and 4.5 hours for a full charge. It is much faster than a level 1 due to the utilization of a more powerful 240-volt power supply. The last option is a level 3 charger. These are larger, similar to a gas pump which one would expect to find in commercial areas. A level 3 charger can charge an average vehicle in 30-40 minutes.

      Transportation electrification has gained significant momentum in recent years, largely due to policymakers providing incentives for consumers to make the switch. 90% of energy consumed in US transportation comes from petroleum. Federal tax credit for the purchase of a new plug in EV can range from $2,500-$7,500, depending on the car’s battery capacity. Many states have also implemented incentives to promote the adoption of electric vehicles, however, it differs from state to state. Texas, for example, provides rebates up to $5,000 for leasing or purchasing a new EV. Any vehicle purchased after September 1, 2019 is eligible for this rebate. There are many other incentives offered, but the list varies widely depending on location, and make and model of vehicle.

      With EVs becoming more and more popular, many consumers are beginning to inquire about the possibility of their first EV purchase. Like with many new technologies, many consumers have questions before purchasing their first EV. One might wonder who the major manufacturers of EVs are? Manufacturing giants like Ford, Chevrolet and Toyota have invested highly into EV technology. Tesla is an industry giant, with sales reaching nearly 300,000 vehicles in 2020. BMW, Volkswagen and Cadillac are also major players in the market GM has announced 30 new models that will make an appearance into the market by 2025, encompassing a large portion of their company’s lineup. It seems that more and more companies and consumers are switching to EV technology today..

      Some consumers might confuse the difference between all-electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid models. A hybrid is simply a combination of a traditional ICE and electricity. Using a balance of the two between driving modes improves mileage and reduces emissions. The electricity in a standard hybrid vehicle comes from the regenerative braking which adds electricity to the motor. A true plug-in hybrid charges while inside the consumers home, then uses all of this electricity while on the road before switching over to natural gas fuel.

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