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Chargers

Power
22 kW
Cable size
no cable
Compatibility
all cars
1750 €
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
no cable
Compatibility
all cars
1350 €
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
no cable
Compatibility
all cars
1190 €
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Power
4.6 kW
Cable size
4 meters
Compatibility
1180 €
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
4 meters
Compatibility
1290 €
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Power
4.6 kW
Cable size
4 meters
Compatibility
910 €
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Power
4.6 kW
Cable size
4 meters
Compatibility
910 €
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Power
50 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
120 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
180 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
50 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
120 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
180 kW
Cable size
3.9 m
Compatibility
Price on request
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
5 m (7 m optional)
Compatibility
all cars
1716 €
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
5 m (7 m optional)
Compatibility
all cars
1157 €
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Power
22 kW
Cable size
no cable
Compatibility
all cars
1402 €
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Charging stations for electric vehicles

If you want to buy a charging station for an electric car, you first need to decide where you will use it.
According to the purposes, charging stations can be divided into 2 main types: for home use and for business.


CHARGING STATIONS FOR HOME USE

The charging station for domestic use does not require high capacity or a specially designated area. It can be placed on the wall or on a special stand. The power of such a station can vary from 2 to 22 kW (adjustable). Among the KEBA chargers, EV owners mostly choose b or e series for home use - they do not require authorization via the application or a card, and start charging as soon as you connect them to the car.

You also need to consider how much power your car can take and choose the charger based on these parameters.


CHARGING STATIONS FOR BUSINESS

Charging stations for the business. Everyone is talking about them in the context of investment, and not without good reason. There are already many options and opportunities - from the simple provision of charging services to infrastructure development and expansion of marketing strategy. Now let's talk about it in more detail. Now let's talk about it in more detail.

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It is not enough to just buy charging stations for electric cars

Unless you buy them for a home use. In order for charging to be a bit more than just sockets, you need to clearly define all aspects: the stations' location, the required number of chargers, power (input and output), and so on. You also need to consider how many customers with electric cars you plan to attract and what to offer them as an additional bonus, because the charging station is only the first step to your communication.

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It is worth paying close attention to the quality and safety of the installed equipment

Yes, there are many offers on the market, both budget and more expensive charging stations. It is important to understand that quality equipment cannot be cheap. It is also necessary to request documents from the seller (supplier) evidencing certification and compliance of charging stations with safety and charging standards. And most importantly - check if the equipment has a warranty. If you need help in selecting reliable equipment, contact us for advice.

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The approach complexity is crucial

Even if you plan to simply provide paid high-speed charging services, you will need tools to optimize operating of your locations and charging stations. Equally important is the convenience for drivers of electric vehicles who value their time too much to wait for a free station or try to turn it on without clear instructions. Go To-U is the only platform, which has a comprehensive approach to solving challenges for both owners of electric cars and locations where they charge.

Charging station types

Depending on the location and installation purpose, charging stations for business can be of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) - also known as high-speed chargers.
AC
alternating current

Provide up to 22 kW of power and charge the car from 40 minutes up to a few hours (charging time depends on the charging power, the EV onboard charger capacity and a battery capacity).

DC
direct current

Provide from 50 kW of power (and up to 400 - the maximum available on the market now), and can charge a car even in 10-15 minutes through the high-speed socket. These chargers are much more expensive and require a high-power cable, and it is advisable to designate more space for them, as they can charge 2-3 cars at a time.

F.A.Q.

How long does the EV charging last?
Charging at the standard electrical outlet with 220V and 16 A: 150 km of range: 8-12 hours (Nissan Leaf, Kia Soul, Renault Zoe); 300-400 km of range: 20-25 hours (Tesla) or 7-15 km per hour. When charging with the accelerated (AC) charging station (up to 22 kW) the time reduces to 4-6 hours for a full charge (30 km per hour at average). The speed depends on the power of the onboard charger of EV. At the same time, the models like Mercedes B-class, Renault Zoe or Tesla Model S can charge at 100-150 km of range per hour, as they are equipped with powerful onboard chargers.
What is the range of an electric vehicle?
The range of EVs depends on the capacity of the installed battery. The majority of electric cars have range of 130-150 km, while new-generation vehicles, such as Chevrolet Bolt and Renault Zoe can go over 300 km, while Tesla cars offer 400 km of range.
Does the cold weather negatively affect the EV's range?
Depending on weather conditions and the power of heating in the car, EVs may lose from 20 to 30% of energy at 0°C and up to 40% when the temperature falls to -20°C. This is caused by a non-optimal temperature for the batteries work and by energy consumption for the cabin heating.
What is the battery life cycle?
The present-day electric vehicles are equipped with batteries that have a long life cycle. The approximate mileage of EVs before the battery goes to 70-80% of their initial capacity is 120-150 thousand kilometers, while vehicles with bigger batteries (75-90 kWh) can go above 300 thousand kilometers without major negative impact on their range. Besides, all new electric cars have a 5 to 8-year warranty for their batteries.
How much does it cost to charge an EV?
Charging a vehicle is usually 80% cheaper than refilling a gasoline car. When charging at home, 100 km of the range will cost approximately 3-4 Euros with 15-20 kWh on 100 km consumption.