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Currently, in the U.S. there are around 130,000 public EV charging stations, but it is necessary to acquire more than 20 times this number to supply the EV charging needs of all drivers in the country. In today’s environmentally conscious workplace, workplace electric vehicle (EV) charging has emerged as a frontrunner in sustainable and employee-friendly practices. This innovative solution empowers employees to conveniently charge their EVs during their workday, fostering a greener commute and enhancing workplace satisfaction. Workplace EV charging is gaining traction across workplaces, offering several benefits for both businesses and their employees.

Companies prioritizing workplace EV charging are gaining a competitive edge in the job market, aligning with the values of many environmentally conscious professionals. This strategic decision not only benefits employees but also positions companies for success in the evolving transportation landscape. As electric vehicle adoption continues to rise, EV charging stations are becoming an essential workplace amenity for attracting and retaining top talent in today’s competitive job market.

Cyber Switching’s CSE1 EV Charger stands out as a top choice for workplaces, offering a seamless and efficient charging experience that complements the modern workplace environment. Its sleek design and user-friendly interface make it an attractive option for employees, while its advanced monitoring capabilities provide real-time insights into workplace charging activities, allowing companies to manage energy consumption efficiently and optimize workplace charging schedules. Additionally, the CSE1’s compatibility with diverse EVs ensures it caters to the diverse workplace ownership of electric vehicles among employees. Furthermore, the CSE1’s scalable design allows workplaces to easily expand their workplace charging infrastructure as the number of EV-owning employees grows, ensuring that the workplace EV charging solution can adapt to the evolving needs of the company and its workplace community.

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When selecting an EV charging station for workplaces, several key considerations should be taken into account to ensure a successful implementation:

  1. Charging Station Capacity: Assess the power capacity of the charging station to ensure it can meet the demand of multiple EVs charging simultaneously.
  2. Accessibility and Location: Strategically place charging stations in easily accessible areas within the workplace to maximize convenience for employees. Consider high-traffic locations, such as parking lots or near building entrances, to encourage usage.
  3. Charging Speed and Efficiency: Evaluate the charging speed of the stations to determine how quickly employees can charge their EVs during work hours. Opt for energy-efficient charging stations to minimize electricity consumption and reduce operational costs.
  4. Payment and Access Control: Decide on the payment structure for using the charging stations, whether it’s free charging, pay-per-use, or a subscription-based model. Implement access control mechanisms to restrict usage to employees and authorized personnel, preventing misuse.
  5. Network Connectivity and Monitoring: Choose charging stations with network connectivity for remote monitoring and management. Ensure that real-time data on usage, energy consumption, and any maintenance needs are available for efficient workplace management.
  6. Integration with Corporate Infrastructure: Assess the electrical capacity of the workplace and consider any necessary upgrades to support the additional load from charging stations.
  7. Employee Incentives and Communication: Implement incentive programs or benefits for employees who choose electric vehicles, such as preferred parking or discounted charging rates. Communicate the availability of EV charging stations to employees through various channels to encourage adoption.
  8. Scalability and Future Expansion: Choose a scalable charging solution that allows for easy expansion as the number of EV-owning employees grows. Consider the flexibility of the charging infrastructure to adapt to the evolving needs of the workplace and the increasing popularity of electric vehicles.
  9. Sustainability and Corporate Image: Highlight the workplace’s commitment to green practices by offering EV charging as part of its corporate image.
  10. Regulatory Compliance: Ensure that the selected charging stations comply with local regulations and standards related to EV charging infrastructure.

By carefully considering these factors, workplaces can choose an EV charging solution that aligns with their specific needs, promotes sustainability, and enhances the overall experience for employees with electric vehicles.

FAQ: Workplace EV Chargers

What Does RFID Mean? What is it Used for at Workplaces?

RFID means Radio-Frequency Identification. This technology is already widely applied in multiple applications to enable user authentication by the use of RFID cards or keys. Smart Level 2 EV chargers such as the Cyber Switching CSE1 integrate RFID technology that allow you to limit and control who can access the EV charger.

If you are performing a workplace EV charger installation, then you will probably want that only you and your employees have access to this EVSE. By using a RFID card, you can do this and enable user authentication valid only for authorized personnel.

What Types of EV Chargers are Available in the Market?

There are three types of EV chargers available in the market:


  • Type 1 EV chargers: Used in residential applications. Have a low power rating between 1-2kW.


  • Level 3 EV chargers or DC Fast Charging stations: The most powerful (over 25kW) and faster chargers available. Their power requirement size and high capital costs, make them unsuitable for workplaces.


  • Level 2 EV charging stations: Commonly used in commercial and also residential applications due to their higher power ratings (3-20kW) and average installation costs. The best choice for workplace EV charging stations

How Does the User Know When the EV is Completely Charged?

A driver will get a notification via mobile app about it. Also, The CSE1 EV charging station has a multi-colored LED charging status indicator which gives a reference of the charging status for the EVSE. When the vehicle is connected, a flashing green light will be seen, after the car has been completely charged, the green light will be constant.

Are There Any Incentives for Installing an EV Charging Station?

Yes, there are multiple state level incentives available. CyberSwitching CSE1 EV charging stations got approved by over 75 rebate programs nationwide.

Is the CSE1 or CSE2 EV charging stations rated to be installed indoors or outdoors?

Yes, both the CSE1 and CSE2 charging station are ETL-listed equipment with a Type 3 enclosure that is rated to work indoors or outdoors.  This means they’re rated to prevent dirt and dust from entering inside the equipment and is also protected against rain, snow, or sleet.

How can these EV charging stations be installed or mounted?

Both CSE1 and CSE2 EV charging stations could be mounted on the wall, on a standard pedestal as well as on the pedestals with cable management

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