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CGA: Your One Stop Solution for EV Charging

In business since 2010 as a “clean energy company,” CGA is a one-stop, turn-key solution for the installation of EV charging stations.

CGA will do the following for EV charging:

1) Design

2) Engineer

3) Provide all hardware and software (including “specifically branded” EV charging stations)

4) Install

5) Incentives: Provide guidance on incentives

CGA: Your Guide to ROI

  • CGA has solidified various return on investment (ROI) models for the installation and implementation of new EV charging stations.
  • Generally—and not considering any incentives that would increase ROI—the usual ROI per year for any given EV charging station is about $60,000 per year per station.
  • One conservative example for ROI for one 150 kW DCFC is the following:

Yearly ROI: $58,400 with no incentives calculated

CGA: Your Guide to Incentives and Credits

  • The federal tax credit, often referred to as the 30C tax credit, covers 30% of an EV charging station, necessary equipment and installation costs. For non-residential installations, the IRS caps the tax credit at $30,000 in 2022. This tax credit through 12/31/2032

Solar EV Charging

EV charging with solar technology uses panels to convert energy into power that an EV can easily utilize.

How EV Solar Charging Works

Solar panels turn photovoltaic cells into DC power.

For most applications, this DC power will then be converted into AC power to be stored in a power bank or utilized immediately.

Solar energy has varying maximum potential, so using a storage bank for solar power helps increase the value of solar charging.

Some Benefits of EV Solar Charging

Pairing solar and EV charging can save money, and it will simplify the installation.

More incentives are available, most of which can be “stacked” and/or combined.

This also benefits solar installers; rather than making multiple repeat trips to businesses, teams can be deployed once to complete the whole process.

The overlapping of infrastructure work can help increase the value to the customer while also increasing the installer’s margin.