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Electric Vehicle Charging

Looking for the ultimate EV charging solutions for your commercial or residential property? Look no further than Power Portals EV Charging solutions! 

Our innovative charging solutions are designed to meet the needs of hosts, electric vehicle drivers, and fleet operators alike. With us you can enjoy safe, reliable, and convenient charging for all your electric vehicles charging needs.


With Power Portal’s new marina solutions, you can take advantage of over 15 years of industry experience. Our smart metering systems make it easy to manage services like electric and water without ever having to leave the marina office.

With our MMS system, you’ll have the missing link for any marina. Our smart metering systems make customer management and online berth bookings a breeze.

Touring / Campsite

If you’re looking for a reliable and efficient service management solution for your campsite, look no further than our Touring solutions. With our state-of-the-art technology, we can provide smart connected control for all your metered services, including electricity and water. 

Whether you’re running a large campground or a small RV park, we’ve got you covered. Let us help you streamline your operations and enhance your guests’ experience today!

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Electric car charging, sometimes referred to as EV (electric vehicle) charging, is the process of replenishing the energy stored in the battery of an electric car. It can be done via a traditional wall outlet, a dedicated charger installed in a garage, or a public charging station.

There are three main types of electric car charging: Level 1 charging, Level 2 charging, and DC Fast Charging. Level 1 charging uses a standard 120-volt outlet, Level 2 charging requires a dedicated 240-volt outlet, and DC Fast Charging is the fastest type of charging and requires a specialized DC charger.

| How long does it take to charge an electric car? | The amount of time it takes to charge an electric car depends on the type of charging being used. Level 1 charging will take the longest, typically 8-10 hours, while Level 2 charging can take up to 6 hours, and DC Fast Charging can take as little as 15 minutes

What safety measures should I take before hosting an electric car charging station? | Before hosting an electric car charging station, it’s important to take safety measures. You should make sure that the connection is compliant with local and national regulations. Additionally, you should ensure that the charging station is installed in a safe and secure location, and that you have the proper insurance coverage

 shore power connection can provide up to 120V and 240V AC power, depending on the type of connection. Some shore power connections can also provide DC power, allowing you to run appliances such as televisions and air conditioners


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Data updated 09/08/2023