Charging at home and on the go

  • How to install a charger at your home
  • Plug in every night and wake up to a full charge
  • Learn about the different types of charging available on the road

Level 1

Level 1 charging device

  • 6-24 hours for a full charge
  • Residential use only
  • Uses a 120V outlet

Level 2

Level 2 charging device

  • 2-12 hrs for a full charge
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Can use a 220V outlet (also known as a dryer outlet) or be hardwired by an electrician.

Fast chargers

Fast charging device

Not for home installation. Fast chargers are utilized in public commercial areas only.

Home installation

If you plan to utilize Level 1 charging, you likely have everything you need already. Most vehicles come with a level 1 charge cord. All you need is a standard 120V wall outlet to plug it into.

If you plan to utilize Level 2 charging, you will need to purchase a Level 2 charging station and consult with a licensed electrician to power it. Level 2 units can be hardwired or plugged into a 240V outlet (also known as a dryer outlet). If you already have a 240V outlet where you park, installation may be simple. Before purchasing a charging system, we recommend consulting with a licensed electrician to confirm your electric capacity and to install the type of outlet needed for your desired charging system.