You need to provide EV charging for housing developments or apartment buildings. For building owners, developers, housing associations and landlords, we offer a customised approach.
You want to provide swift charging at your site for EV drivers who are 'on the go' between destinations. Our system is designed for high power density and easy charging operation.
Electricity generation is changing, and so is how we store and manage power. New technology means we can now use our buildings as a power grid. Transport is changing, and with more EVs on the road we need to charge them efficiently without overloading power networks.
At Eaton, we have developed our Buildings as a Grid approach to unite the power needs of buildings and EVs, with on-site renewable energy generation. Our approach supports the operation of an EV charging system. If you are a buildings owner, leaseholder, manager, developer, investor, architect, consultant, buildings designer or vehicle fleet manager, you may be thinking about installing electric vehicle chargers at your site. You have come to the right place. Discover how we can help.
Our approach is based on scalable, secure, resilient energy hubs that will power buildings and charge EVs with reliable, sustainable, cost-effective energy. We can customise this decentralised energy approach to your needs right now, to make you ready for the future.
More drivers are choosing and using EVs and many governments are speeding up plans to phase out internal combustions engine (ICE) vehicles, in some countries as soon as 2030. Public and private-sector investment in EV charging infrastructure is clearly needed. The good news for buildings and property owners and leaseholders is that EV charging can be provided cost-effectively and sustainably. We explain how, in our new white paper.
Understanding the charging requirements of different EV types will be key to determining your EV charger strategy. You will need to know how the speed of charge depends on the power output of an EV’s onboard charger, and why AC and DC chargers differ fundamentally from each other. To find out more, download our guide.