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Why Smart Chargers?

Future-proof your residential or commercial space by installing Electric Vehicle chargers today! Compatible with all EVs on the market, smart chargers are easy to install and let you monitor and optimize charging from your smartphone.

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Government funding is currently available, and you could receive up to 50% of total project costs to install EV charging infrastructure in public places, on-street, multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces and vehicle fleets.

Products

The easiest, fastest and smartest way to charge your electric vehicle.

JuiceBox 32A

WiFi-enabled 30-amp Level 2 smart charging station with the essential features and power you need to charge your EV.

Details
  • Up to 6x faster charge: 32A / 7.7 kW
  • WiFi connectivity with smartphone app and browser-based charging control
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • Hardwired option available
  • *NEW* built-in cable rack
  • *NEW* security lock

JuiceBox 40

An easy-to-install WiFi-enabled Level 2 electric vehicle charger, in 40 amps, perfect for residential use.

Details
  • Up to 7x faster charge: 40A / 9.6 kW
  • WiFi connectivity with smartphone app and online control dashboard
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • Hardwired option available
  • *NEW* built-in cable rack
  • *NEW* security lock

JuiceBox 48

WiFi-enabled 48-amp high-performance Level 2 EV charging station with integrated cable management, hardwired installation.

Details
  • Up to 9x faster charge, 48A/11.5kW high performance charger
  • WiFi connectivity with smartphone app and online control dashboard
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • Built-in cable rack
  • Built-in security lock

JuiceBox Pro 32

Get the most out of your EV infrastructure investment by monetizing charging in your commercial space.

Details
  • Up to 6x faster charge: 32A / 7.7 kW
  • WiFi connectivity with smartphone app and browser-based charging control
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • Authenticate and start charging sessions with RFID cards
  • QR code for access control and charging session initialization via smartphone

JuiceBox Pro 40

Affordable and sleek, JuiceBox Pro Level 2 EV charging stations are suitable for all commercial charging needs.

Details
  • High charging speed, 40A / 9.6 kW
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty for commercial usage
  • QR code for access control and charging session initialization via smartphone
  • Authenticate and start charging sessions with RFID cards
  • Integrated cable management system

AX Series 48A

An easy-to-install WiFi-enabled Level 2 electric vehicle charger, in 48 amps, perfect for residential and commercial use.

Details
  • Up to 7x faster charge: 48A / 11 kW
  • WiFi connectivity with smartphone app and browser-based charging control
  • Dynamic LED lights show power, connectivity, and charging status
  • Authenticate and start charging sessions with RFID cards
  • Optional 5-inch LCD display

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NRCan’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program NOW OPEN

Save up to 50% on the cost of Level 2 EV chargers and all associated installation costs

*Available within Canada.

NB POWER’S PLUG-IN NB PROGRAM NOW OPEN

Save up to 50% on the cost of Level 2 EV chargers and all associated installation costs

*Available within New Brunswick only.

 

Latest Updates

Information and insights on EV chargers and available subsidies in Atlantic Canada.

How do I know my home/business/development’s electrical system can handle an EV charger?

It will be important to accurately size your building’s service for an anticipated level of EV charger readiness (percentage of parking spaces). If your building has already been built or is sized for a certain service already, current monitoring devices from DCC can be used to ensure that the charger never exceeds the maximum service load.

None of my employees/tenants have electric vehicles - why would I install EV chargers?

The federal government has set ambitious targets for EV adoption and electric vehicles are gaining more momentum as a viable choice of transportation for Canadians. With the government targeting to have EV sales make up 10% by 2025, 40% by 2030 and 100% by 2040 of light-duty fleet sales, the shift to EVs is imminent.
Installing EV chargers now (while there’s funding available) prepares your building for the future, simplifying future installation and operations, and helping reduce the cost of EV charging infrastructure.

How do I know how many chargers to install at my building?

The government has put lofty targets in place for EV adoption, 40% by 2030 and 100% by 2040. Many Canadian municipalities are already mandating builders to allot electrical capability for as much as 100% of parking space to be “EV Ready”.

Are there incentives or rebates for installing EV chargers?

Yes! There are two programs underway.

Under the Zero Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Program, the Government of Canada will pay up to 50% of project costs for the purchase and installation of EV chargers. RFP's must be submitted by August 11, 2022.

Through Clean Foundation's EV Boost program, Nova Scotia will receive 250 Level 2 chargers. RFP's are now open and successful applicants can receive up to 50% of the cost for their EV charger project. The program closes when all funding is depleted.

 

What will the government funding pay for?

Both Clean Foundation's EV Boost program and the federal government's ZEVIP funding will pay up to 50% of total project costs, to a maximum of $5,000 per connector. Total project costs include everything from purchasing the charger to paying for labour to install it.

If I install EV chargers at my multi-unit residential building, who pays for the electricity used to charge tenants’ cars?

Depending on the use case, smart charger software platforms have adaptive features to ensure that electricity cost can be recouped from consumers. Businesses and landlords will also be able to collect revenue from the use of charging equipment. Currently “per hour” billing is the standard in Atlantic Canada, but we can expect to see a blend of time and per kWh billing sometime in the future.

My electrician says my electrical service won’t support an EV charger, what do I do?

If your electrical service is already maxed out, there are workarounds to accommodate charging equipment without having to rewire or upgrade your entire electrical infrastructure. The DCC box from RVE is a current monitoring device that only allows your EV to charge when the required current is available from the main panel. So if the building’s service requirement comes within 80% of the maximum current rating of the bus bar, the DCC box will cut power to the EV charger to ensure that service size is not exceeded. Most users charge their vehicle at night however, when electrical demand is low. Thus the likelihood of maxing out the bus rating is low.

I want to equip 10/20/30 parking spots at my building with EV chargers. How much will this change my electrical service size?

For the best user experience, a dedicated 50A circuit (to support a 40A charger) is recommended for each charger. For, so example, adding 30 chargers could add as much as 1500 A to a building's service size.

Am I required to wire my new home/building for EV chargers?

There is no current requirement in Atlantic Canada to wire new buildings for EV readiness. However, municipalities around Canada are moving in this direction. For example, Vancouver now requires 80% of new building parking spaces to be EV ready. Similar mandates will be coming in the near future and it’s simpler and less expensive to prepare a building now than to retrofit it in five years.

What should I tell my electrician I need to support an EV charger in the future?

First and foremost, pulling a dedicated 50A circuit to each parking spot where an EV charger could go is absolutely necessary. This means wire, conduit, and the breaker in the panel to support a future EV charger. For home chargers it would also be a good idea to have a range outlet installed to accommodate the charger’s NEMA 14-50 plug.

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