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EV Charging Stations in Orange County
Mr. Electric is your source for having a Level 2 EV Charger installed in your home, office, condo or apartment complex. We support all electrical vehicles– whether you just bought a Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt or are awaiting the Tesla Model 3. Please give us a call or click on the “Request Quote” button to schedule your EV charger installation in Orange County today.
To find out about which solution will work best for you, read about the different Levels of Charging stations by clicking the buttons above.
Mr. Electric Orange County is committed to protecting our fragile earth and its resources as you are. We believe that plug-in hybrid and all electric vehicles play important roles in our clean-energy future. Want to learn more about Level 2 electric vehicle chargers and EV charger installation? Contact Mr. Electric of Orange County today.
Which charger is right for you? See below to see if a Level 1 or Level 2 charger is right for you. If you still aren't sure - give us a call! Our professional staff is available and ready to answer your questions about each of the different EV chargers and which one will fit best in your Orange County home.
Level 1 charging uses a 120 VAC standard outlet. Time from fully depleted to fully charged takes anywhere from 7 to 29+ hours depending on the vehicle. This typically is provided with your electric vehicle.
Level 2 charger uses 240 VAC dedicated circuit. This work needs to be performed by a certified Electrician. This dedicated circuit allows for EV owners to charge their car 3 - 5X faster (2 - 7 hours).
Electric vehicles are great for the environment and help you save money on gas. Did you know that you can also cut down on the cost of charging your car by using time of use rates from your energy company? Time of use rates are a great way to not only save money on charging your car, but to save money on your whole energy bill by using energy at non-peak times. The chart below gives you an idea of when it's most efficient to charge your electric vehicle if you are using Time of Use rates. Since all of the electricity that you use in your house is measured by one meter, all of your electricity cost will fluctuate depending on what time of day you use it. Time of day is very important, and when it comes to charging your car, you can set the timer of your charger so that you charge it during Super Off-peak hours. Check your energy company for specific details and for price estimates.
Time of Use Rates - SDGE
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Time of Use Rates - SCE
To find out more details on your electric vehicle and time of use rates for SCE - click here
Take a look at some pictures from a recent EV Station Installation