eCharge4all is expertise to serve our clients with effective plan, survey & design to setup the electric charging infra for the residential , commercial ev Fleet for its employee transportation or supply chain management.

our Technical team would suggest you on capacity required for your fleet likely slow charging, fast & Rapid Charging to optimize the ev fleet effectively. 

Services we provide:- 
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  • Installation & Powering of AC charger on Wall Mount

  • Installation & Powering of DC Charger with stand

  • Installation & Powering of DC Charger on constructed CC Base

  • Installation of Bollards on existing CC floor per Charger

  • Installation of Bollards with CC base per charger

  • Commissioning of Charger

  • Installation of Bulk Charger

  • Making Combined Foundation, fixing 2 chargers and cabling work

  • Canopy Mounting for AC charger

  • Canopy Mounting for DC charger

  • Cable Laying upto 10sqmm-16sqmm (on approval)

  • Cable Laying 25sqmm- 35 sqmm (on approval)

  • Cable Laying above 35 sqmm (on approval)

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  • Making of CC base for DC charger as per Drawing and installation of charger

  • Making of CC base for AC charger as per Drawing and installation of charger

  • Earthing Pit making charges for AC/DC Charger excluding material.

  • Site Survey at customer location for EV charger

  • Installation of Rubber Wheel Stopper for EV Charger Protection

  • Installation & Powering of DC Charger on constructed CC Base

  • Dismantling of DC Charger

  • Dismantling of AC Charger

  • Preventive Maintenance of DC Charger

  • Installation and Commissioning of AC Type-II Charger

  • Canopy Mounting for combined chargers

  • Fixing of AC charger on Base w/o stand

  • Construction of CC base for Harmony charger as per Drawing and fixing of charger.

Electric Vehicle Myth Busters

  1. Transport sector is not a major contributor to emissions

    Transport sector accounts for 23% of global GHG emissions. A study conducted in New Delhi on vehicular emissions shows that transport sector contributes significantly to particulate matter and NOx emission causing respiratory ailments. Through adoption of EV, the vehicular emission can be brought down significantly, hence enabling a healthier lifestyle.

  2. EVs take too long to charge

    Time of EV charging depends upon the type of charger adopted for charging. Currently available EVs across vehicle segments (2-wheeler, 3-wheeler, 4-wheeler) can be charged from 0%-80% in around, 1 – 5 hours from Slow/Moderate chargers while using Fast chargers, EVs can be charged in less than 1 hour. Fast chargers are mainly used to charge electric 4-wheeler. Rate of charging is also dependent upon Cell Chemistry.

  3. EVs are costly

    Although EVs might have a higher upfront cost, the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of EVs is quite low, as charging, maintenance and operational costs is much lower than that of ICE vehicles. Moreover, the upfront subsidy provided by the central/state government further reduces the overall cost of EVs.Calculator to estimate tentative TCO is available at below link:

  4. EVs have Low Range

    With introduction of high-density batteries in EVs, the storage capacity of batteries has increased thus improving the range of EVs. The average range of electric 2-wheelers currently available in the market is around 84 km per charge which is sufficient for day to day travel within a city and the average range of electric cars available in the market is between 150-200 km per charge. Further, upcoming models across vehicle segments have higher battery capacity and range.

  5. EVs are not safe

    EVs are safe as all EVs undergo rigorous safety testing. The challenge of fire and explosion risk in batteries is being addressed by most EV manufacturers with their efficient and intelligent Battery Management Systems (BMS) which perform task of cooling, heating, insulation & ventilation of Batteries, etc. The certification agencies, Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) does rigorous testing for overcharge, short circuit and vibration. Thus, it is safe to drive an EV.

  6. EVs have Low Speed

    EVs are equipped with high-speed powertrains therefore EVs offer better acceleration and speed. As far as speed is concerned, EVs available in the Indian market have top speeds depending upon the model selected / opted. EVs have a high starting torque as compared to ICE counterparts and accelerate faster.

  7. EV batteries need to be replaced frequently

    EV batteries today have warranty of 3 to 8 years, across electric 2-wheeler, 3-wheeler and 4-wheeler categories. The actual battery warranty may vary depending upon the vehicle usage.

  8. There are not enough EV charging stations

    Government is pushing deployment of EV charging stations by providing capital subsidy through Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India, (FAME) India Scheme Phase II and state level initiatives. Further, government has delicenced the activity of setting up EV charging stations to increase private sector investments and facilitate market adoption. Thus, in the coming years there will be sufficient availability of Public Charging Stations (PCS) for EV owners.

  • Frequently Asked Questions on Electric Vehicles

  1. What is an EV?

    EVs are electric vehicles with rechargeable batteries which can be charged by electricity from an external source.

  2. What is an EV Supply Equipment (EVSE)?

    EVSE includes the electrical equipment external to the EV that provides a connection for an EV to a power source for charging and is equipped with advanced features like smart metering, cellular capability and network connectivity.

  3. What are different specifications of Charging Infrastructure?

    *In addition, any other Fast / Moderate / Slow charger as approved by Department of Science & Technology (DST) / Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) standards whenever notified.

    Note: Type – 2 AC (min. 22 kW) is capable of charging electric 2-wheeler / 3-wheeler with the provision of an adaptor

  4. What are the types of EV?

    EVs include Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) in addition to pure battery electric vehicles (BEVs). PHEVs use both petrol / diesel and electricity. These vehicles have two power systems, an internal combustion engine and a battery. The battery can be recharged by plugging the vehicle into an external source. HEVs combine conventional ICE systems with electric propulsion systems. They use regenerative braking to convert energy that is normally wasted during braking into electricity. This electricity is stored in a battery.                                               

  5. (Source from Internet:: https://beeindia.gov.in)