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ClipperCreek’s New Pedestal Chargers

February 25, 2014 in EVs, Infrastructure by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Starting at $1309, ‘Best Valued Commercial Solution on the Market’

ClipperCreek today announced new HCS-40 Single and Dual Pedestal Mounted charging stations. The low cost charging products give commercial consumers the option of mounting one or two 240-volt charging units to a single pedestal, with up to two additional 120-volt outlets, allowing as many as four EVs to be charged from one post.

The pedestal-mounted charging stations include such standard ClipperCreek features as three-year warranty, fully sealed NEMA 4 station enclosure, and 25 feet of cable.

“Starting at $1309, this is the best valued commercial solution on the market,” the company says.

ClipperCreek claims the first American-made UL-listed chargers for EVs, and has just launched new pedestal models for commercial customers.

ClipperCreek claims the first American-made UL-listed chargers for EVs, and has just launched new pedestal models for commercial customers.

The dual-mounted HCS pedestal design reduces installation expenses associated with trenching and concrete slabs, ClipperCreek says, affording “almost a two-for-one installation cost.”

For Fleets or Customer Parking Lots

The 25-foot of charging cable allows for one installation point to service multiple vehicle parking spots, the company adds.

“By creating a low-cost, dual-point pedestal charging station, we have provided commercial consumers an option to double the number of parking lot stations with minimal additional cost,” ClipperCreek CEO Jason France said in a release.

“This is great news for our fleet customers or any company that wants to offer parking lot EV charging as an amenity.”

ClipperCreek products are manufactured in Auburn, Calif.


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