A quick charger recharges an electric vehicle battery to 80% of its capacity in as little as 15 to 30 minutes.
It takes a typical EV charger 10 hours to charge a 15,000 watt battery. Using a smart grid cuts down on this time because there is no idle energy.
As andyyeah said, charging the battery in an emergency can take as little as 15-30 minutes. However, quick chargers may be harsh on your battery. Charging at home will be the method that people use most frequently. My dad likes to say that it takes only ten seconds to charge his EV: five seconds at night to plug it in and five seconds to unplug it in the morning. Another great thing about charging during off-peak times is that the electricity is essentially zero-impact because the generators don’t shut down at night and the electricity gets wasted if it is not used.
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