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Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers For Your Home Or Business In San Antonio
Looking to hire a San Antonio Electrician to install a Electric Car charging station in your home or business?
You have come to the right place. Solarator Electric LLC can install the EV charging station for you. With over 35+ years as
a Master Electrician we will do the job right the first time.

We are also proud to offer Tesla Charging Stations in San Antonio.

Charge Anywhere

Your Tesla can charge anywhere—with standard equipment and convenient options, including our global charging networks.

Go Anywhere

Stay charged anywhere you go, with access to our global charging networks. Explore a route and we’ll find the best locations to keep you charged along the way and upon arrival.

Wall Connector

Plug into your Tesla Wall Connector overnight and wake up to a full charge, every morning.

Our Licensed San Antonio Master Electrician has the proper training, 35+ years of experience and the qualifications necessary to install your electric car (EV) charger station safely.
Remember Only hire a Licensed Master Electrician for your EV Charging Station!

Types of Car Charging Stations

There are three levels of EV charging stations: Level 1 and Level 2 stations are used for residential and personal vehicle applications; Level 3 stations are designed for heavy-duty applications such as public charging stations, charging large vehicles such as buses and for commercial and service fleets.

Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger Installation San Antonio

Choosing a Charger – EV Charger Types

Level 1 Charging Station – 120 Volt (uses standard home outlet)

Level 1 charging means charging by simply plugging your EV into a normal household electrical outlet (with an adapter that comes with your EV). For a Nissan Leaf, charging this way yields 4-5 miles of range per hour of charging, or about 22 hours for a full charge.

This seems like a long charge time, but consider that 80% of US drivers drive less than 40 miles per day.  This means that the typical EV will not require a “full” charge each night, and could easily recharge in the hours while the car is idle in the garage.

Level 2 Charger – 240 Volt (same voltage used by your refrigerator)

Level 2 charging stations vary in their output from 3.3 kW (40 miles of range for 3 hour charge) to 16.8 kW (40 mile range with 40 minutes of charge).  The optimal home charger usually fits somewhere in between, depending on your average commute and whether you have access to a charging station at work.  Level 2 EV chargers require installation by qualified installers.

DC Fast Charging – High Speed EV Charging for Texas public charging networks

Public EV charging stations require fast charging, in order to facilitate short but worthwhile charging stops.  You will notice an expanding number of electric vehicle charging stations sprouting up at your most common destinations across Texas and throughout the US. New EV chargers are being installed at supermarkets, coffee shops, malls, airports, along major highway rest areas and at your workplace.