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Ivey Engineering Unveils New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Design Service

Engineering firm with electrical expertise announces unique service that includes design and consultation for EV charging stations. Installation of stations allows HOAs and multiple-family and commercial building owners to promote their properties as green and sustainable.

Ivey Engineering, Inc., (IEI), an energy efficiency and electrical expert, recently unveiled its new electric vehicle charging station (EVCS) design service. The EVCS service package includes the analysis and design of EV battery replenishment systems for multi-family and commercial building owners.

“The demand for electric vehicles is expected to increase rapidly over the next five years, due to rising gas prices and tax incentives for owning alternate fueled vehicles,” says Rush Porter, IEI business development manager. To meet the growth of EV ownership, many HOAs, multi-family and commercial building owners are developing a “smart” plan to install electric car charging stations within their building’s common parking areas.

“The increase in EV ownership has created a need for more chargers in local communities,” Porter says. “Many building owners want to be part of the green movement as well as provide a safe and convenient way for its tenants to re-charge their electric vehicles,” he adds.
For many building owners, installing an EV battery replenishment system could be a new challenge. As an electrical expert, Ivey Engineering understands these challenges and provides easy solutions to meet an HOA or building owner’s charging station design needs.

“We’ve had numerous association managers tell us they’ve been approached by their home owners requesting access to a charging outlet,” Porter says. “We offer guidance through the myriad of electrical challenges building managers may face and provide design solutions they can use.”


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