Understanding Your EV Charging Options
Level 1 (L1)
Level 2 (L2)
Level 3 (L3) or Direct Current (DC) Fast Charging
L3 Tesla Supercharger
Note: L1-L3 chargers are typically compatible with most models of EVs. Teslas can also use these chargers with an adaptor. However, Tesla chargers will only work for Tesla EVs.
Why EV Chargers for Your Home
Electric Vehicles on the Rise
As New York pushes toward its goal of 100% zero-emission electricity by 2040, the number of EVs in New York State continues to rise. Consumers are quickly realizing the economic benefits, along with environmental and ease-of-use benefits. No need to purchase gas, oil, oil filters, air filters, anti-freeze, transmission fluid, differential fluids – all of which add up to significant cost savings, not to mention avoidance of using environmental compounds.
On a national level, the United States is proving steadfast in its goal of net zero emissions by 2050, diligently working to electrify our vehicles and grid system. Transportation emissions account for nearly one-third of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, which means the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles needs to end by about 2035 to meet the 2050 goal.
General Motors & the State of California have announced a goal of selling only zero-emissions vehicles by 2035. Ford has also shown their commitment to electrification as a key strategy in achieving carbon neutrality globally by 2050, recently unveiling their 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning and investing $22 billion in electrification through 2025.
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