Townhomes

Install EV charging with an energy management system

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the problem

Most townhouse complexes were not originally designed to support electric vehicles, so there isn't enough power available for everyone to install home charging.

Why not just add more power?

Unfortunately, this involves significant infrastructure upgrades, removal of roads/driveways and new wiring installed or replaced between the electrical closet and each unit, which can easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars (or more).

the solution

Energy management systems share power with either an electrical panel or an electrical circuit (typically a range or dryer) in your home. They are essentially automatic switches that turn on EV charging whenever there is enough capacity available in the electrical panel or when the other appliance on the electrical circuit is not being used.

These products offer a practical, cost effective and safe solution that is approved by the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), as well as municipalities and governing bodies that issue electrical permits