The second-generation 30kW or 60kW DC wallbox charger is designed for easy installation and low maintenance. The compact size and lightweight make it perfect for fast charging at the commercial parking lot, residential, EV dealerships, and fleet operators.
Grasen released the 300kW to 420kW ultra-fast charger with Max. output current 400A can charge a vehicle battery up to 80% in just 15 minutes.
As a local charging network operator, one of our customers from the Republic of Kazakhstan built this EV charging station with Grasen DC fast chargers, which are used to charge Tesla.
This charging station is located in North America. Customer ordered DC fast chargers with GB/T and CCS1 connectors.
Most DC chargers across North America are compatible with the CCS and CHAdeMO systems. However, while Tesla uses CHAdeMO stateside, it has switched to CCS (shown above) in Europe.
The cost of an EV charging station mainly depends on three factors: infrastructure cost, installation cost, EV charger cost, and operating cost.
The commercial electric car charger's cost is based on the output power of the charger, the number of chargers, and which type of EV charger you choose(Level 2 or Level 3). Besides, the software and platform cost for EV charging management should also be included.
The cost to build a commercial electric car charging station should be considered based on each customer's situation, please contact Grasen for a FREE consultant.
There are several ways to earn money from commercial electric charging stations.
- Setting charging prices & discounts with our flexible billing strategy.
- Increase sales by promoting other goods and services.
- Cooperate with other companies to subsidize the cost of the chargers in exchange for branding on the EV charging stations.
Together with each EV charging station, Grasen will provide a “Product Manual” that shows the detailed installation procedures. You can also contact us for the related documents.