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Power supply problems cause most EV charger maintenance call-outs

Techniche analyses reasons for bring in engineers

Mark Moran
22 May 2024
David Cornish
David Cornish

 

Around 30% of all electric vehicle charger breakdowns require an engineer visit to fix them, reveals a study conducted by Techniche.

Problems with the power supply were the primary reason, responsible for 24% of engineer call-outs. Payment terminals (20%), slow charging or charging failures (20%) and hardware failures (18%), each generated the next highest number of callouts, while communications failures caused 13% of engineer visits.

The analysis also revealed that 70% of EV charger...

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