Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installation in Washington

Established in 2006, Electric Vehicle Support is a division of Puget Sound Solar LLC.

We install Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations from many brands including – WallBox, Tesla, Clippercreek/Enphase, Chargepoint, Blink, Enel X/JuiceBox, Emporia, Autel, ABB, SEMAConnect, BTCPower, EVGo and Tritium.

We provide cost-effective design, permitting and installation solutions for homeowners, businesses and multi-family residences, government agencies, and other publicly located hosts of all charger types.

Here are some of the Level I, Level II and DC Fast Chargers we sell and install. We will also install an EV charging station you purchase elsewhere.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Financial Incentives

There are several financial incentives including Federal tax credits, State and utility grants as well as no sales tax (~10% savings in Washington) which all help to reduce the cost of installing an EV charging station.

Homeowners and businesses may be eligible for Federal tax credits worth up to 30% of the equipment and installation costs of electric vehicle charging stations (EVSE) – up to $1,000 for homeowners and $30,000 for businesses!

Some of our local utilities, Seattle City Light, Puget Sound Energy, Tacoma Power, Snohomish PUD and Clark Public Utilities are offering grants for installing electric vehicle charging stations for homeowners and businesses.

Please give us a call at 206-706-1931, fill out our contact form below or email us at sales@evsupport.com and we’ll help you figure out the right EV charging station for your needs and budget.

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      1) A clear photo of the inside of your electrical panel including the inside door.

      2) A photo of the wall with the electrical panel from about 10 feet away.

      3) A photo of the area where you'd like the EV charger installed.