~95% of electric car charging is done at home. There are a couple of common ways to charge at home.
One is to simply plug into a standard electricity outlet. All electric cars have what is termed an “onboard charger”
in the car itself. So, all you need is to use the charging cord you get with your car to connect your car to a source of electricity.
However, simply plugging into the wall won’t charge your car very fast — you’ll add just about 4 miles of charge or driving range
in one hour of charging. If you want to charge faster, you probably want a home “Electric Vehicle Service Equipment” (aka EVSE) —
I know, it’s a weird name.