Free Solar Powered EV Charging In Alpharetta, Georgia

Solar Energy USA, Georgia's premier provider of home solar panel installations, is proud to offer free solar powered electric vehicle (EV) charging at their corporate office in Alpharetta, GA.

Solar Energy USA, Georgia's premier provider of home solar panel installations, is proud to offer free solar powered electric vehicle (EV) charging at their corporate office in Alpharetta, GA.


The roof atop the Solar Energy USA office is filled with photovoltaic (PV) solar panels which are tied to a Level 2 electric vehicle charging station located in the parking lot.

According to Michael Chance, Marketing Director with the Alpharetta-based solar installers, more and more EVs are popping up around Alpharetta. "Metro Atlanta is one of the top markets for plug-in electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf. To encourage more commuters to adopt EVs, Solar Energy USA is proud to offer free EV charging via our public Level 2 charging station. We hope to illustrate how EV drivers can prepay for "fuel" using our line of affordable solar panel solutions. Charging a plug-in car with solar presents both financial and environmental benefits."

About Solar Energy USA

Solar Energy USA is a renewable energy company that specializes in solar powered energy solutions including photovoltaic solar panel systems, solar thermal systems, solar attic ventilation, and energy efficient commercial T5 lighting. Solar Energy USA is committed to affordable solar solutions for both businesses and residential homeowners and is backed by a network of engineers and installers across the US which gives them collective data and information of new developments in the solar industry. www.solarenergy-usa.com

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