Take Charge with Curbstar – Our Shared, Curbside Residential Charger

Providing EV Charging Products & Services to Accelerate EV Adoption

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After speaking with hundreds of EV owners, we heard you loud and clear.  You want to charge your car conveniently, inexpensively, & quickly. And you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg on hardware and installation.  Maybe:

  • The nearest EV charger is across town.
  • You have on street or lot style parking at your home and can’t install a curbside charger because of city right-of-way restrictions.
  • Your home’s electrical system can’t support additional 220v service for a fast charger.
  • You’ve been cited by the city for dangerous extension cord usage while charging your EV.
  • The $3k to $8k it will cost to install a fast charger in your garage or driveway is a bridge too far.
  • You want to bring shared EV charging to your community to make the leap to electric easier for your neighbors.

Do You Need Help With Curbside EV Charging?

Contact us if you are an EV owner who wants to bring shared EV charging to your street for everyone to use.

  • 1-888-249-OMNI
  • info@omnipotential.com

Curbstar was designed to be an electric vehicle charging solution for anyone regardless of parking styles in their community. It’s perfect for on-street or lot style parking.

What is Curbstar?

How can municipalities get involved?

No matter where you are located, you have a growing number of EVs within city limits.  If you aren’t already, you’ll be hearing from people who live and work in your city who want the city to support EV charging in various districts.  Maybe you have questions:

  • How does EV charging work & what do EV owners/advocates want?
  • How is EV Charging a Social Justice Issue?
  • How to Draft Sensible Permitting Policies, Right-of-Way allowances, or Vendor Service Contracts for EV charging on municipal roads and in municipal neighborhoods?
  • What Have Other Municipalities Done?
  • How Can the City Fairly Address EV Charging Parking Restrictions?
  • How Can the City Address Residents Using Extension Cords In Municipal Right-of-Way?
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Electric Vehicles by the Numbers

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Electric Vehicles

Over 1 million EVs on the road today

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Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles that cannot charge at home.

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Americans

More likely to adopt EVs if charged at home.

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Production

Production EV models available in the US

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Amount of Time

4 Hours to fully charge a Tesla Model 3

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Manufacturers

Major manufacturers of road ready EVs

We put EV owners first with our Curbstar charger.

Never waste time and range charging your car in public.  Leave your home every day with a full battery even if you have on-street parking where you live.

Rather than pay thousands for a charger and installation that won’t be used most days, you pay a small monthly membership fee and a standard usage rate for Curbstar.  We own, install and maintain the charging equipment as well as the relationship to the utility company.

Activate the charger and manage billing using a smartphone app.

Rather than put a charger in a garage that is going to be used a few times per week, we want to install a charger on the curb at your home for your entire community to use.  And if that charger gets too busy, we’ll just install another one nearby.

Why are companies building inconvenient public EV charging stations?

  • It’s more cost effective for them to build a dozen charging spaces in a single public lot than give you service that best fits your needs.

  • It’s easier for them to arrange a land use agreement with a private landlord than a municipality.

  • They are banking on the fact that you’re so accustomed to fueling a car in public that you won’t stop to ask why they aren’t providing a convenient charge-at-home product or service?

Why public EV charging stations are a bad fit for most EV owners.

  • Today in many areas you may have to drive up to 10 miles (wasting battery to do so) to get to the nearest practical-use charger.  And when you get there, you’ll sit for up to 45 minutes while your car charges.  And you may do this two or three times per week depending on your driving habits.   This is crazy.

  • It’s all about dwell time.  Level 2 chargers require in the neighborhood of 4 hours to recharge most EVs most of the time.  How much time do you spend at the mall?  An hour?  How about at the grocery store?  30 minutes?  Charging in places like this for the time you were there often doesn’t even restore the charge it took you to drive there.  That’s not super useful.

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