Independent Advice on EV Charging Systems

EV Charging Pros assists commercial property owners, workplaces and multifamily organizations understand corporate and property-specific use cases, EVSE vendor, policy and location decisions required to deploy electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

EVCP is an independent consultant.  We are here to help property owners figure out EV charging because given the complex issues around actual driver demand, electrical capacity, EVSE choices, and competing business models it is a bit confusing.

And if you own or manage a MUD or HOA in California you might be asking yourself about what to do about CA AB 2565 or CA SB 880. We can help.

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Delve into the details of EV charging.  This collection of information can bring you up to speed.

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We save you time and money in developing a plan, picking the right vendors and getting it done.  We are your go-to EV resource.

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Since 2011 EV Charging Pros has been involved in deploying over 400 electric vehicle charging stations including L1, L2 and DCFC projects

Clients include Action Properties, Barnes and Noble, Boston Properties, Equity Office, Intuit, MUD Working Group, Newmark Cornish & Carey, Nova Workforce, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), Presidio Trust, Prometheus Real Estate, Shorenstein Realty, Spear St. Capital, Sutro Management, Trinity Properties and United Markets.

John Kalb, founder of EV Charging Pros, is on the Board of Directors of City Car Share, Charge Across Town and the EV Alliance.

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