We are guessing you’ve read this far because you want to charge two electric cars at home.
If convenience and comfort are high on your list of priorities, then investing a little bit more on a second charger is a solid option. After all, who wants to deal with moving cars or charging cables back and forth?
So what do you really need to do?
- Check with your electrician how much ‘space’ you have on your main fuse
This helps decide the size of your second charger: e.g. 22kW or 11kW. Bear in mind that when you’re charging two vehicles at the same time, you will most likely be sharing the available power - so pick your size accordingly.
- Select a charger
Make sure it has load balancing and that it can communicate with your existing charger. The go-e Charger Gemini and Gemini flex pair well together!
- Get a qualified electrician to install and set up the charger
The electrician shall ensure an appropriate fuse and miniature circuit breakers are installed. The go-e Charger Gemini flex is a portable charger - no electrician needed here, you can plug this in yourself.
Now plug in both cars and lean back. Load balancing will take care of the rest!