Destination EV Charging Solutions

Destination EV Charging Solution

Destination charging solutions for a sustainable future

Evcp10 is an intelligent electric car charger

The EVC10 is CE, ETL, FCC certified, comes with a three year warranty, and it complies with the OCPP 1.6 standard (upgradable to OCPP 2.0.1). The EVC10 is available in three versions: white, black, and socket versions, offering customers a wide range of choices. We also provide a customization service, tailoring commercial EV chargers for your destination charging solution. 

√  OCPP 1.6J full function, OCPP 2.0.1 updatable.

√  ISO15118 (Plug & Charge) for better charging experience.

√  With a variety of protection, such as UVP, OVP, OCP, OTP.

The Joint EVD1 has two charging guns to charge two EVS.

As a commercial dual socket AC electric vehicle charger, the EVCD1 has two charging guns, commercial dual socket electric vehicle charger, and its charging ports comply with SAE J1772 standard.The EVCD1 is cdfa certified, has a three-year warranty and supports appearance customization.

√  Tailored for commercial deployment.

√  Wall-mounted and integration design for easy installation.

√  Reduce the investment of power capacity to enjoy fast ROI.

The Joint EVCP5 is a twin EV charger.

The Joint EVCP5 level 2 commercial EV charger has a current of up to 100 amps and provides fast charging for EVs. The simple appearance and dual port design make the Joint EVCP5 a perfect choice for a destination EV charging solution. Ideal for shopping malls, fleets, commercial areas and other locations where fast charging is required.

√  Build in PEN fault protection, no earthing rod required.

√  Support booking charging.

√  Smart app control, you can check the charging data at any time.

What is a Destination EV Charging Solution?

With the popularity of electric vehicles, more and more people are driving them to locations they want to reach, such as hotels, scenic spots, shopping centers, hospitals, workplaces, and more. EVs are bringing customers to parking lots near these locations, but these destinations are thus facing a demand from EV owners - EVs need to be charged. People want to charge their EVs fully during the time they are visiting.

So, destination EV charging solutions were introduced.Destination charging solutions provide customers with a convenient, reliable, and efficient charging experience so that users can charge their EVs during their stay, meeting the need for charging at hotels, scenic spots, shopping centers, hospitals, workplaces, and more.

Benefits of building a destination charging station


Destination charging solutions offer EV users the convenience of charging anytime they arrive at their destination. Users easily find and charge their EVs at EV charging posts during their stay at destinations such as parking lots, hotels, commercial buildings or shopping centers. This reduces the complexity of charging for users and encourages more people to consider EVs as a viable transportation option.

02.Increased EV Charging Utilization

Destination charging stations are expected to increase the utilization of charging facilities. Since vehicle owners typically stay at their destination for a significant period of time, this provides ample time for charging. Compared to standalone charging stations, destination charging solutions are more responsive to the charging needs of the user, allowing the charging infrastructure to be utilized more efficiently.

03.Driving EV adoption

Convenient EV charging facilities help drive EV adoption. Destination charging solutions provide users with more charging options and convenience, taking the worry out of charging, which can increase the acceptability of EVs.

04.Increased Business Opportunities

Destination charging solutions not only provide convenience for users, but also create business opportunities for commercial and service providers. EV charger operators can partner with nearby businesses to drive EV owners to them.

EVC10 EV is a commercial charger support RFID.
Joint EVCP4 is a smart ev charging pole.

Where is the right place for a destination charging station?

The right location is important for destination EV charging solutions. Before setting up your destination charging station, you should conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the site; it's a good idea to choose a location near a commercial center where there's enough foot traffic that you won't have to worry about having too few customers, but you'll also want to consider whether or not there are any competitors in the vicinity, as well as the number of EV owners, accessibility, and more, to ensure that your destination charging station will be able to sustain its operations.

Purpose EV charging solutions usually include components such as EV charging equipment, payment systems and management platforms, whose equipment needs to pay attention to comply with local signs and obtain permits.

Charging Equipment Selection and Installation

The selection and installation of EV charging equipment is a critical step in building a destination charging station. Prioritize charging posts that comply with local standards and EV charging protocols to ensure compatibility with a wide range of EVs. Infrastructure around the charging station, such as signage, lighting and safety equipment, also needs to be prioritized to provide a safe and reliable charging environment. You can also consult a professional EV charger supplier in order to choose the most suitable EV charger.

Compliance and permitting

Before building a destination EV charging station, it is important to ensure that the project complies with local regulations and permitting requirements. Establishing strong relationships with government, energy suppliers, and EV manufacturers to secure the necessary permits will help ensure that the destination EV charging station operates legally.

Payment System

An advanced payment system is indispensable to improve user convenience. Supporting multiple payment methods, such as RFID cards, Google Pay, Apple Pay, or establishing a membership system, ensures that users can easily and securely pay for their charging. A transparent and easy payment system will enhance the user experience, which in turn will drive more people to choose to use the charging station.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the Destination EV Charger cost?

Destination EV chargers can range in price from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. For a specific quote you will need to contact a charging equipment supplier or installation service provider who can provide a customized quote based on specific needs and site conditions. Prices for destination electric vehicle (EV) chargers vary depending on the type, power, brand, and installation cost of the charging post. For example, direct current (DC) fast chargers are more expensive than alternating current (AC) chargers, and well-known brands typically offer higher-quality and more reliable equipment, but may also come with higher costs.

Which locations are suitable for destination chargers?

High-traffic areas are suitable for destination chargers, such as at or near the entrance to a shopping center parking lot, at the entrance to a hotel parking lot or in a parking area reserved for EVs, around the perimeter of or at the main entrance to a parking area in a park, museum or stadium, near a public transportation station such as a train station, bus stop, or airport, and at the entrance to a community parking lot or neighborhood. 

How long does a destination charger take to charge?

Charging time depends on the charger type and EV model.

Commercial Level 2 Chargers: Commercial Level 2 charging stations can be as high as 22 kW. Charging is relatively fast at commercial charging stations, but the exact charging time still depends on the vehicle's charging capability and battery capacity.

If your electric car has a 60 kWh battery, it will take about 3 hours.

Charging time = 22kW/60kWh ≈ 2.73 hours

DC Charger (Level 3 EV Charger): DC EV chargers are capable of delivering DC current to quickly replenish the battery and support a variety of connectivity standards such as CHAdeMO, CCS (Combined Charging System) and Tesla's Supercharger.

If your EV has a 60-kWh battery, it will take about 1.2 hours.

Charging time = 50kW/60kWh ≈ 1.2 hours

Joint offers the best destination EV charging solutions

If you have more questions about destination EV charging solutions, feel free to ask us.