Want to charge your electric car in your personal parking space?
Electric cars are becoming increasingly common on our streets. As a result, more and more homebuyers are interested in the possibility of charging electric cars in their personal parking space. Here, future residents of the Nõmme 328 development have reason to rejoice, as we will be equipping each parking space in the underground parking lot of their new home with the capacity for an electric car charging point.
Technically speaking, producing this capacity means laying the cabling necessary for the installation of a smart central processor and chargers. The smart solution engineered by Enefit Volt monitors the electricity consumption of the entire building, using dynamic load management to allow only available, unused power to enter the chargers. In this way, there is no risk of overload and no additional need to increase the electric power supplied to the building. If a resident of Nõmme 328 decides to buy an environmentally sustainable electric car or already drives one when they move in, the charging system installed in the building enables them to contact Enefit Volt and select the charging solution that best matches their needs and the attributes of the electric car.
The owner of the parking space does not have to buy a personal charging device, but has the convenience of renting one from Enefit Volt. You could even say it’s as easy as renting a router from your telecom carrier. The service provider will also undertake any routine maintenance of the device. Meanwhile, there is no reason to fear that a stranger will be using the charging point, since each charging session needs to be activated in a corresponding app or by validating a personalised card.
Nõmme 328 homes will be completed in the autumn of 2022. Click here to read more about the homes that are still available in the Nõmme 328 building located right by the legendary Nõmme central square. Next, we are planning to set up similar charging capacities in the underground parking lots at 6 Pille Street and 5 Tiiu Street in the Uus-Veerenni quarter.