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EV Chargers

As the world embraces electric mobility, staying ahead of the curve has never been more important. That's why we offer tailor-made EV charger installation services designed specifically for hotels, hospitals, and roadside shops. By integrating EV chargers into your premises, you'll not only attract eco-conscious customers but also tap into a lucrative market segment eager for reliable charging infrastructure.

Unlock the potential of electric mobility and be a pioneer in your industry. Embrace the future, boost your business, and join the clean energy revolution with Bigwit Energy's EV charger installations. Contact us today and let's electrify your success!

Types of EV Chargers

When it comes to EV chargers, there are primarily three types: Level 1, Level 2, and DC Fast Chargers.

Level 1 Chargers:
These are the most basic and commonly available chargers. They operate on a standard household outlet and provide a charging rate of about 6-8 km of range per hour of charging. Level 1 chargers are suitable for overnight charging or for locations where the vehicle is parked for an extended period.

Level 2 Chargers:
They provide faster charging compared to Level 1 chargers. They require a dedicated circuit and operate on a higher voltage power source. Level 2 chargers can deliver charging rates of around 15-45 km of range per hour, depending on the vehicle and charger capacity. These chargers are commonly used in homes, workplaces, and public charging stations.

DC Fast Chargers:
And for those seeking the ultimate charging speed, DC Fast Chargers, also known as Level 3 chargers, are the fastest charging option for electric vehicles. They provide a high-powered DC current directly to the vehicle's battery, bypassing the onboard charger. DC Fast Chargers can charge an EV from 0-80% in as little as 20-30 minutes, depending on the vehicle and charger capacity. These chargers are typically found at highway rest stops, commercial charging stations, and select public areas.

Diffrent types of EV Charging ports or connectors available in India:

When it comes to electric vehicle or EV charging, it's essential to understand the different types of charging ports available in India. A charging port refers to the physical interface on an electric vehicle where the charging cable is connected. In India, there are three main types of charging ports: Type 2 (IEC 62196-2), CCS (Combined Charging System), and CHAdeMO.

  1. Type 2 (IEC 62196-2) Charger:

    • This is the most common type of charging port used in India.

    • It has a Mennekes connector, which is compatible with most electric vehicles.

    • The charging power can range from 3.6 kW to 22 kW, depending on the infrastructure.

  2. CCS (Combined Charging System) Charger:

    • CCS is a fast-charging standard that combines both AC and DC charging capabilities.

    • It is commonly used for DC fast charging.

    • CCS charging ports have two additional DC pins, allowing for high-power charging.

    • The charging power can range from 50 kW to 350 kW, enabling quick charging sessions.

  3. CHAdeMO Charger:

    • CHAdeMO is another fast-charging standard used in India.

    • It stands for "Charge de Move," meaning "charge for moving."

    • CHAdeMO charging ports are compatible with certain electric vehicle models.

    • The charging power can range from 50 kW to 400 kW, providing rapid charging.

It's important to note that the availability of different charging ports may vary across charging stations and locations in India. However, Type 2 chargers are widely prevalent, while CCS and CHAdeMO chargers are commonly found at DC fast-charging stations.

EV Chargers with Solar Power plant solutions

Supercharge your business with the perfect combination of EV chargers and solar power! By integrating a solar plant alongside your EV charging station, you unlock incredible financial benefits. Harness the unlimited power of the sun to offset electricity costs, significantly reducing your operating expenses. Not only will you save on energy bills, but you'll also make a positive impact on the environment by reducing your carbon footprint.


How a business can generate revenue by investing in a EV Charger at your property:

Investing in an EV charger solution at your hotel or mall can be a lucrative revenue opportunity while contributing to a sustainable future. By offering EV charging services, you can attract eco-conscious customers and enhance their overall experience. Here's a summary of how your business can earn revenue from this investment:

  1. Charging Fees: Implement a pricing structure for EV charging sessions, such as a fixed rate per hour or a per-kilowatt-hour fee. With an average charging session duration of 2-3 hours, you can estimate revenue based on the charging rate and the number of charging sessions per day.

  2. Increased Footfall: EV drivers actively seek charging stations. By providing EV charging facilities, you can attract more customers to your hotel or mall specially an establishment on a highway, increasing footfall and potential revenue from other services like accommodations, dining, and shopping.

  3. Extended Customer Dwell Time: EV charging takes time, offering an opportunity for customers to spend more time on your premises. This can lead to additional purchases, such as meals, beverages, or shopping, ultimately boosting revenue.

  4. Partnerships and Sponsorships: Collaborate with EV manufacturers, dealerships, or energy companies for partnerships and sponsorships. These collaborations can provide additional revenue streams through promotional activities, advertising, or shared profits.

  5. Brand Differentiation: Offering EV charging services sets your business apart from competitors, positioning you as an environmentally conscious establishment. This differentiation can attract a loyal customer base and generate positive word-of-mouth referrals, leading to increased revenue over time.

While ROI figures vary based on factors such as charging rates, usage patterns, and initial investment costs, studies suggest that businesses can achieve a return on investment within 2-4 years. For example, assuming an average charging fee of Rs. 30 per kWh and an average of 5 charging sessions per day, a hotel or mall can generate additional revenue of Rs. 4,500 to Rs. 6,000 per day, resulting in Rs. 16,42,000 to Rs. 21,90,000 per year.

By embracing EV charging solutions, your business not only taps into a growing market but also contributes to a sustainable future while reaping the financial benefits of this smart investment.

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