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Contact one of our Terra representatives to get a quote and get started on your EV charging journey. We know that every customer has a unique set of requirements, and we will customize your solution to meet those needs.
Service is the biggest value we add to our EV charging products. From electrical requirements to site surveys and signage, our approach to getting you started is hands-on. We want you to be delighted by your chargers, software, and analytics, as well as ongoing support and financing options, which means that our hands-on approach continues past the point of sale.
We work to understand what you’re looking to accomplish and provide advice to maximize project success. TES provides a timeline of what to expect and when.
You will need an experienced electrical contractor. You can use your own or we can recommend one of our Installation Partners.
Every property is different, and a site survey provides an opportunity to review all the requirements onsite with the property manager, the building engineer, the electrical contractor, and a TES Manager.
You will receive a quote for your approval from your TES Sales Manager.
The electrical contractor will hook up 208/240 voltage and install the charging stations. We provide templates and you add the signage and paint the parking spaces.
Setup is easy. We manage all aspects of the program, driver billing and payment, including full remittance to you, the station owner.
Drivers can now access your stations through a variety of methods: The SemaConnect App or Smart Card Leading driver programs like PlugShare, EVgo, and ChargeHub Traditional credit cards.
Terra has partnered with Great America and Fittle to provide leasing options to ease the initial startup costs associated with offering EV charging services.
The United States currently offers several rebates and incentives through Federal and state programs for both consumers and businesses.
Many states now offer tax incentives and rebates for EVs and/or charging stations.
Many utility and local governments offer rebates for commercial charging
See which incentives are available for your state on the NCSL website.