Turnkey Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions.

Power Pros has been at the forefront of shaping the design and installation standards for EV infrastructure in the Lower Mainland and throughout British Columbia.

We have provided design, consulting and installations for over 500 charging stations!

Our team is continually educated on the rapidly evolving technology of EV charging.

Power Pros began developing EV charging infrastructure in 2012, along with BC Hydro’s testing and engineering arm – Powertech Labs. We have provided our experience, ideas and recommendations to groups like PlugIn BC, BC Hydro, Fortis BC, Tesla Motors, Engineering Firms and many municipalities throughout the Lower Mainland and the rest of BC.


People are choosing to live, work and shop based on whether or not EV chargers are available.

Work Place

Whatever your organization’s EV Charging need is, Power Pros can provide the solution to fit your requirements. Lead the green initiative as an employer by adding EV charging stations for your employees and guests to use. We’ve worked with various corporate clients to meet employees, guests and customer’s needs.

Where you Live

Installing your charging station is easy and stress-free. We can help you choose the station that fits your needs based on your vehicle type, charging location, and budget. Power Pros works with all major property management firms and can assist Strata Councils in navigating the various steps.

On The Go

EV Charging while you’re on the go is essential. EV drivers need to shop and eat. Why not invite them to your retail location by installing EV Charging stations. Travelling to the interior? Power Pros recently installed 33 EV Charging stations across the Kootenays!

Charging 101 – Ready, Set, Charge!

Charging stations are the point of power for electric vehicles, ranging in style and charging levels and are subject to standards and codes. It is important to note that while electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSEs) are most commonly referred to as charging stations, they are not battery chargers. The main purpose of a charging station is to establish communication with the vehicle and to transfer power to the vehicle while providing proper grounding, shock protection, overload protection and general safety. There are three charging levels:

Level 1 – 110/120 Volts

  • Provides the slowest rate of charging.
  • Compatible with home outlets and works for all models; could be portable.
  • 5 to 8 kilometers per 1 hour of charging.
  • Requires a dedicated circuit, usually 20A.
  • About 2-30 hours to fully charged.

Level 2 – 220/240 Volts

  • Uses a dedicated circuit that is 208V to 240V and 30A to 100A.
  • 12 to 90 kilometers per 1 hour of charging, depending on the model.
  • About 2-10 hours to fully charged.

Level 3 – 400-600 Volts AC or high-powered DCFC station

  • About 30 minutes to fully charged.

First Service Residential
Via Rail
SDM Realty
Turner Construction
BC Hydro
Beedie Property Management
Boffo Properties
Fortis BC
Graham Construction
City of Kelowna
Kodak Canada
City of Langley
PCL Constructors
Powertech Labs
Schneider Electric
City of Vancouver
Work Safe BC
Yellow Ridge Construction
Thrifty Foods
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