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Maximize EV charging revenue and return on investment with confidence 

Take the guesswork out of system design

Perform feasibility analysis efficiently and demonstrate system value quickly with automated and built-in access to extensive databases, including:

  • Electric load profiles.
  • Utility tariff structures for the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
  • Incentive and demand-response programs.
  • Weather resource data.
  • Component libraries for solar photovoltaic, wind turbine and battery models.
HOMER Grid then runs thousands of simulations on various system designs, performs sensitivity analysis and outputs the least-cost, best-performing system.


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HOMER Grid modeling software’s robust analytics enable you to reduce the time and uncertainty of evaluating the ROI of a proposed charging station, maximize project value and demonstrate that value to your customer in minutes.

Discover how HOMER Grid’s EV charging analytics help you:

  • Maximize and forecast charging station revenue and return on investment

Originally developed at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), HOMER Grid is built on the benchmark-setting HOMER platform. 

HOMER software is trusted for robust feasibility analysis by more than 250,000 in 190+ countries. 

  • Compare and optimize on-demand and deferrable EV charging strategies. 
  • Rapidly analyze specific locations to find the most profitable. 
  • Gain control over demand charges and time of use rates. 
  • Compare multiple solutions in a single model run and evaluate the impact of variables. 
  • Determine the value of on-site generation and storage to support EV charging. 

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  • Use modeling results to speed the permitting process, reduce the time from quote to construction and mitigate project risk
  • Size and optimize EV charging station, whether grid-connected or powered by a microgrid or distributed energy.