Howe Electric

Howe Electric
Howe Electric offers Electrician services in Santa Barbara CA.

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Howe Electric has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Howe Electric has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Barbara, California is 37 and in the Electricians category is 31. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The 2017 Fiat 500e and a ChargePoint EVSE. With combined Federal and California State subsides at $10K, why wouldn't your next car be electric? Your garage is your filling station!

Clipper Creek EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment) stations are becoming a popular choice for EV's. They have a wide range of Level 2 units. Depending on your vehicles maximum charge rate, there's one to suit your needs. Howe Electric can help choose the right one for you!

Got these Tesla Wall Chargers installed at the Hyatt Santa Barbara. They sport a loadsharing technology which allows you to wire up to 4 units off a single 100 amp breaker. If more than one is in use, the software distributes the load according to need. Next going in will be a Clipper Creek HCS-40 unit. Those have the ability to service a wide variety of EV and Hybrid vehicles.

This is a view of an Air tanker getting a refill for the Whittier Fire. Looking out my home window. The fire has caused some limited outages to power and communication lines, but for the most part so far Santa Barbara has been spared serious damage.

This is the roof of Impulse (a local Santa Barbara ISP) downtown Data Center. Among other services, Impulse provides high-speed internet to areas around here that have no fiber infrastructure. We were tasked to install a new conduit feed for these microwave nodes. The node facing to the left provides broadband internet to another dish, for a school- about 4 miles away. Rated at 1.5Gbps throughput, it's pretty impressive!