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Modified on Wed, 07 Jun 2023 at 09:20 PM
The FAQs below address questions commonly asked about EV charging.
Charging overnight at home is certainly ideal. However, as electric cars become increasingly affordable, more vehicle owners don’t have access to overnight charging for myriad reasons. The availability of public charging is critical to consumer choice.
There are three types of EV chargers:
Note: Averages are based on ideal conditions. Charging speeds vary per vehicle, not all vehicles charge the same speeds.
Since EV owners often want to charge their cars while at work, shopping, or at events, FLASH primarily offers level 2 charging solutions. FLASH is working on our level 3 charging product that is coming soon.
The typical duration for topping off an electric vehicle with an L2 charger is 2-3 hours with about 25 miles of range delivered per hour of charge. Since most EV owners are topping off or recovering daily driving consumption, L2 chargers are well-suited to their needs.
EV owners are typically recovering or topping off their vehicles. On average these sessions are 2-4 hours. Generally, a charging session for topping off typically costs them $4-$8.
The cost to the facility owner will vary depending on the cost of power from their utility company. Based on EV charging trends and average costs, a typical charging session will cost the facility owner approximately $1-$3.
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