We are the leaders in EVSE Safety
We are the leaders in EVSE Safety 

Training

Why is our training so important? Who needs this training? How does this affect those that come in contact with these high voltage devices? Learn More...

 

 

Inspections

Consumers have discovered damaged charging stations that have been vandalized, inoperable and unsafe. Most states have yet to implement a bi-annual / annual safety inspection program. Greenstar has created an indepth detailed safety inspection program. Learn More

 

 

Consulting

We have extensive knowledge and experience in codes and standards, code enforcement, fire safety, life safety, and safety inspection. We provide inspection services for all makes, levels, and types of electric vehicle charging stations. Learn More

 

 

Welcome to GreenStar Concepts LLC.

 Greenstar Concepts, LLC is a certified electric vehicle support equipment contractor specializing in safety. We are prepared to provide you with comprehensive and professional services to increase your readiness and support the improvement of public electric vehicle charging safety. We offer unique services that can be customized to meet your specific needs.

 

To support the Electric Vehicle Program and drivers of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, the Federal Government wants charging stations installed in our communities and along the major arteries that connect our cities.

These devices are currently being installed in parking lots, parking garages, along busy city streets, and national highways. According to Pike Research up to 1.7 million charging stations will be installed in the United States by year 2017, with potential growth to exceed 11.4 million worldwide by the end of the decade.

 

Public charging stations are powered by voltages ranging from 208 vac to 480 vac, at 30 to 60 amps. Because of the high voltage used to power these devices and the potential for accidents & incidents involving them, the deployment of charging stations in public places presents a potential shock hazard to everyone who may come in contact with these devices and this is why we have made a commitment to provide the only available EVSE safety training.

 

Please contact us to learn more on to support the industry by providing a safe infrastructure.

 

EV CHARGE KENTUCKY

Charging Kentucky Coalition 

"Charging one vehicle at a time"


We have put together a dedicated group of supporters of Electric vehicle, Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles and its infrastructure. The growing number of electric vehicles in Kentucky requires a safe and reliable infrastructure to support the owners of these vehicles. Many in Louisville would like to do their part by supporting a green initiative and we will provide the resources for supporters and consumers who may consider the purchase of an EV. Supporting a program such as this can be difficult because of the lack of information and the lack of knowledge on the general operation  of these vehicles and its charging station.  EV Charge KY, strides to increase awareness by educating the general public on electric vehicles and its infrastructure by providing workshops, meet & greets and attending local events.   Other states surrounding Kentucky have excelled in green energy transportation and now the time has come for green enthusiast Louisville to step up.

To learn more about the work being done in Louisville, please feel free to contact our team at supportky@chargingmyev.com  

 

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Have you seen this before? It has become a worldwide problem......Cut Cables, Vandalized Stations and Inoperable units..........Send us a photo of a damaged charging station.  (broken@chargingmyev.com)

Don’t know what happened to this SemaConnect station that was found lying on the ground at the Walgreens store at 5740 Richie Highway, Brooklyn Park, MD on June 21, 2014. One would assume that this is a result of an accident or maybe vandalism. The bollards would seem to have protected it from a vehicle with a straight bumper backing into it. There were no obvious marks on the charging station post that would suggest it being hit with a protruding trailer hitch or something (story by pluginsites.org) Photos by pluginsites.org