Published on September 10th, 2016 | by James Ayre0
ClipperCreek Reveals New Power Sharing EV Charging Station — The Share2 Enabled HCS-40
September 10th, 2016 by James Ayre
The prominent electric vehicle charging station solutions firm ClipperCreek is now offering a new power sharing option for its products, whereby two vehicles can charge from the same station (and brand circuit), according to an email sent to CleanTechnica.
The new Share2 option is available with any of the company’s Level 2, 240V HCS-40 products. The company is now offering a bundle package of two stations enabled with the Share2, priced starting at $1498.
The product works as one would expect: when one electric vehicle (EV) is charging, then full power is available to it; when two EVs are charging, then power is split. Following the completion of one EV’s charging cycle, full power then becomes available to the second EV.
ClipperCreek’s Director of Sales, Will Barrett, commented: “Share2 also provides excellent value for our commercial customers. With increasing vehicle makes and models more fleet operators are converting to electric and businesses are recognizing the many benefits of offering workplace charging. Level 2 charging stations and the electricity costs are relatively low; however, electrical infrastructure upgrades can be substantial. Share2 enables a business to double the number of Charging Stations at their facility relatively inexpensively.”
The email continues, revealing that, “a Share2 enabled HCS has ClipperCreek’s standard best in class product features, including a three year warranty, a fully sealed, rugged NEMA 4 enclosure, 25 feet of charge cable, and a separate, low profile wall mount connector holster. It is also compatible with the ChargeGuard key-based access control and can be ordered with the Ruggedized HCS-40R charging stations.”
Some consumers may also like to know that the products are made in the US.
Those looking to purchase the new Share2 HCS-40 bundle packages can do so at the company’s website or by phone (877-694-4194).
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