Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions

For your Home or business


EV chargers at your house/office

Step 1: Evaluate the feasibility of installing EV Chargers
Step 2: Choose Comorin Solar’s Expertise (Understand the EV Chargers, types,
Step 3: Demonstration and operation of EV Chargers for Electric Scooters and Electric cars
Get a charging station for your home
Since residential charging is convenient and inexpensive, most plug-in electric vehicles (also known as electric cars or EVs) drivers do more than 80% of their charging at home. The cost to run your car over the course of a year can be less than running an air conditioner.

If you drive an electric car, you will require an EV charger to power your vehicle. Compared with the regular plug, using a home electric car charger can be up to 2.5 times faster, and when it comes to the different types of charging cords, you have the choice of a 120-volt (Level 1) or 240-volt (Level 2) power cords. Those who are looking for a faster charge time, will most likely prefer the Level 2 EV charger.

Sustainable travel with electric vehicles; ZERO Bills and Earnings from Surplus

Considering a case study of an ev user from kerala

Fuel cost for driving the Electric Car is around INR 8-10 per km.

Charging the car from the KSEB grid would cost around INR 0.5 to 1.5 per km

While the same with Solar power would be ZERO.

The battery life of the electric car in Kerala comes to 7 to 8 years. Thereby, it is highly feasible for driving electric car in Kerala and having Solar Power System at your home.

With an electric vehicle, all you have to do is plug in each night and enjoy clean, quiet drives all throughout the next day. Though any regular outlet can do the job, they definitely don’t do it the best. That’s why it’s best to use a Level 2 EV charger.

  • Not Just Faster, But Smarter
  • Charge Up Faster
  • Power your EV up to 6x faster than a standard outlet.
  • Power Any EV
  • Enjoy compatibility with any brand of EV on the road.
  • Stay Connected
  • Schedule charge times and monitor your vehicle on your phone

How many panels does it take to charge your EV

Finding out how many panels it would take to charge your car is tricky because it depends on a variety of factors: the type of car and the size of its battery, as well as the efficiency of your solar panels for home and the sun hours they receive. A very rough estimate, regardless of the vehicle you have, is somewhere between eight and fourteen panels to charge your EV at full capacity. If you have (or are getting) a solar energy system for your home, then it’s very likely that it will be a big enough system to easily handle a full EV charge.

Charge Your Vehicle @ Home

Load Management
Built-in Safety

Installation made easy

For easy installation, the Level 2 Home Charger comes with an installation manual. The unit can be installed by any licensed and qualified electrician.

Alternatively, we can send our team for the installation at additional cost. Kindly contact our customer support team once you receive the charger for more details.

Small, simple, and smart in design, Delta AC Mini Plus, an installation-friendly EVSE, offers Type-1 and Type-2 charging interfaces. The IP55 and IK08 casing can adapt to indoor and outdoor environments. By integrating with backend system, it provides the best charging solutions for residential and commercial applications.

  • Clear and straightforward interface
  • Available with plug (SAE J1772, IEC T2, and GB/T) and IEC T2 socket type
  • Waterproof IP55 enclosure
  • Adjustable operating current to available amperage at the installation site
  • RFID for charging authentication
  • Multiple communication options including 3G/Wifi for remote access and mobile app