EVSEElectric Vehicle Service Equipment
EVSEElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment
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More information about EVSE rebates from PG&E and PSEG Long Island can found at the following links:
eVSE could be best implemented using the "Platform as a Service" model in the Cloud to leverage the Web 2.0 features which enhance social web, interoperability, collaboration and usability via various devices.
The automatic participation of EVSEs to DR events of power curtailment (within EV Programs) and/or power generation (within DER Programs) is managed by two communication processes: OpenADR 2.0b communication with the Power Utlities (IOU), and OCPP 1.6 communication with the EV chargers.
James Maddox is the CEO of GreenStar Safety Solutions LLC and can be reached at jmaddox@chargingmyev.com.He is a Certified Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) contractor and holds several certifications in electric vehicle safety and electric vehicle charging safety from GM, NFPA, UL Listing and General Electric.
Manoj Karwa, Senior Director of EVSE Programs, Leviton's Commercial and Industrial Business Unit
The PowerPost EV charging line features patented retractable cord reel technology, low energy usage and EVSE compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act that can help airports be ADA compliant.
Furthermore, each new current electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) requires a dedicated electrical circuit that incurs expenses that limit the number of EVSEs that will be installed.
According to Lubinsky, incorporation of charging stations and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure will be a critical element of city planning, from large-scale neighborhood plans to smaller properties and sites.
With the continued introduction of various EV models, the market for electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) is estimated by Pike Research to grow rapidly in Europe over the remainder of the decade, with annual sales of EVSE growing from less than 47,000 units in 2012 to nearly 900,000 in 2020, including more than four million charging stations across Europe.