When choosing an EV charger, you should consider the type of vehicle you have, the type of charging station you need, the amount of power you need, and any additional features or accessories you may require. The most popular types of EV chargers are Level 1, Level 2, and DC Fast Charging. Level 1 charging is the slowest and least expensive option and can provide up to 12 miles of range per hour of charging by plugging into existing home outlets. Level 2 chargers are more expensive, but they can provide up to 25 miles of range per hour of charging. DC Fast Charging is the fastest and most expensive option, and it can provide up to 100 miles of range per hour of charging. DCFC chargers are typically reserved for public chargers because of their cost to install. 

We recommend installing a level 2 charger. More information and the most common Level 2 chargers can be found on our charger page.  Additionally, you should check to see if there are any government or utility subsidies available that can help reduce the cost of your charger.