Residents and/or their contractors are responsible for securing all required permits and for meeting installation requirements.
for electric vehicle drivers who live in Maine
Learn more about the home installation process for an electric vehicle charger in our installation guide.
Efficiency Maine maintains a list* of residential electrical contractors on its website. Enter your ZIP Code to find an installer near you.
* Note that while EV charger installation services are not yet listed as a specific service on this page, most contractors will be capable of installing the JuiceBox charger. You can search for a contractor based on ZIP Code and Distance alone, without selecting a service from the dropdown list.
Please contact Enel X customer service here.
To confirm compatibility with your home electrical system, please consult our quick guide to understanding what may be needed for your JuiceBox home charging installation. Some homes may already be equipped with a standard NEMA 14-50 outlet to install a Level 2 charging station and some may require an electrician to install a new outlet. Others may require an electrical service panel upgrade, depending on the circuit capacity.
Residents will be responsible for overseeing the installation of the charging station and coordinating with the property manager, as needed.