New Solutions for Empowering Electric Vehicle Adoption

Get fast L2 electric vehicle home charging without the cost or complexity of installing a dedicated 240V circuit

Tremendous progress has been achieved for adoption from the automotive industry and battery technology advancement, infrastructure and EVSE suppliers’ expansion, to government incentives—both financial and convenience-based. Today, electric vehicles have ample range (300-400 miles), plentiful remote charging infrastructure along major highway systems, cost one-third to operate compared to gas cars, and no longer require trips to the gas station or service centers for maintenance.

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Major automotive manufacturers are investing hundreds of billions of dollars to accelerate their EV offerings across all vehicle categories and motor types including fully electric battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).

The new capabilities, lower costs and greater performance characteristics have created terrific momentum and are now bringing EVs into the mainstream as they rapidly over-take traditional gas / internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles.

As electric vehicle makers move full throttle on production and provide these great advantages to consumers, other challenges arise, such as the need to establish a convenient and cost-effective way for consumers to rapidly charge their vehicle at home. One such leading-edge solution addressing this challenge is the unique Splitter Switch™. Pairing a splitter switch with a fast and low-cost, portable charger allows consumers to save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, avoiding electrician fees, permits, and the time and complexity of the process. Adaptability solutions like the splitter switch allow consumers to join auto manufacturers in the fast-paced shift from gas to electric vehicles, and quickly and cost-effectively turn to EVs as their new choice in mobility.

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Dan Liddle discusses inexpensive electric vehicle charging at home