Commercial Installation

EV Charging Solutions

We provide solutions for a diverse range of business applications in Alberta. Our clients are often innovative, forward-thinking individuals who seek to assist with the electrification of our road network. Whether your looking for a simple level 2 plug installation for your small-business, or an array of level 3 chargers along the Queen Elizabeth II Highway we can help you. Every installation is unique and has its own opportunities to maximize value for the owner and the community.

We provide revenue management and charging software administration. Application for tracking charge times, payables, and invoicing.

Scalable solutions to minimize future upgrade costs. We look for opportunities to reduce expansion costs in the future.

We provide customized EV charger maintenance and support programs. Subscriptions, and pay-per-call.

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We partner with dealers to provide high quality services to their customers. We become subject matter experts in charging your brand's vehicles. Our team also provides educational resources, marketing material, and 7-day installation for most customers.

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Parking Lots

We provide paid charging solutions for parking lot operators. Our team handles the entire project from permitting, excavation, and electrical installation. Afterwards we can provide you with an application for tracking/paying for parking, or a simple pay-per-use system.

Coffee shop or restaurant. These businesses can benefit from having an EV charging system installed for customer use.

Hospitality Industries

Restaurants, golf courses, ski hills, and hotels are businesses that can benefit from providing customers with electric vehicle charging. Our team can work with yours to determine the ultimate turn-key solution for your unique requirements. Be ahead of the curve, and encourage EV owners to venture off the beaten path to your establishment.

Level 1 charging. This is charging with a normal outlet for electric vehicles. This is a slow charging method.

Level 1 Charging

Maintenance charging at slow/normal speeds. Done with a 120V outlet you'd find in a typical parking garage. This charging method can take 24-48 hours to charge an electric vehicle, and is only reccomended in situations where it too cost prohibitive to upgrade electric infastructure to support faster charging capabilities.

Level 2 charging is common for residential and commercial customers. Level 2 ranges from 16-48A, and requires 220V power supply.

Level 2 Charging

The most common type of charging in Alberta. Chargers are either hardwired, or plugged into a 240V connection. This charging method can charge an electric vehicle in 6-12 hours. This is our recommended system for most businesses upgrading employee or customer parking locations.

Level 3 Charging. Can require major upgrades to infastructure to allow for fast DC charging. It's the quickest way to charge an electric vehicle.

Level 3 Charging

Super-fast charging found in high traffic corridors, dealerships, and businesses with high utilization of electric vehicles. Level 3 charging uses 3-phase DC power to fully charge an electric vehicle in less than an hour. These types of installations require more infastructure, planning, and

How does the process work?

It starts with your inquiry, and goes as far as you'd like it to. No project is seamless, but we believe through planning and stakeholder engagement we can produce a deliverable that exceeds your expectations - without blowing the budget. See our typical project run through below.

1. Project assessment and stakeholder engagement sessions. 2. Finalise the project scope including timeline, equipment, and budget.

3. Evalence does product procurement, electrical design, and grant funding applications. We also do construction and project management to support successful ev charger deployment.

Evalence supports software rollout, administrative handover, and training. We provide ongoing technical support

Types of Charging Usage Models

Pay per Use: The user is charged based on the amount of time or kW of power delivered to the vehicle. This is common practice for public chargers. The owner will typically price the offering at greater than their cost of power. The user will typically pay a monthly fee to use the charger. Sometimes in condominiums, the user is billed at the end of the month based off the power consumed.

Subscription Model: The user pays a monthly fee to use the charging services. This is common in multi-unit buildings, employee parking locations, and can be applied to other subscriptions like club memberships and wellness centers.

Free Charging: The user does not pay to use charging device. Business owners will sometimes use this model to incentivise longer dwell times at establishments like restaurants. It can also be an ammenity for employees, or used to charge company vehicles.

Hybrid: Chargers can be set up with multiple-options for charging. Some users can scan an RFID chip for charging, while others can pay using an application or point of sale.

EV Project Assessments

Our EV ready assessment is the first step in determining the requirements for your upcoming EV charging project. Our report assesses the feasibility of implementing chargers on your property which includes service size assessment, project economics, corridor studies, grant eligibility, and project implementation steps. Every report also includes a stakeholder engagement session to ensure our aligment with your team's vision.

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Moonlight EV - Commercial Charger Installation

We worked with our client to install 4 Juicebox Commercial Pro Chargers for staff and customers of this Calgary warehouse. This installation also included a dedicated EV charging panel, and outlets for E-bike charging. We successfully received grant funding amounting to 46% of the project costs.