EV charging infrastructure is our core business and our passion. Our mission is to help utility companies, cities, universities, and private enterprise make the shift towards electric transportation in a manner that is beneficial to themselves, to their communities, the environment, and to the drivers who use the charging stations.
All-purpose Level 2 Charging Stations
These are the flagship workhorse charging stations. They are level 2 stations that can charge any EV and utilize the industry standard J1772 connector. These are the most commonly deployed stations. They provide about 20-25 miles of range per hour of charging. They connect to 208/240VAC.
Fast DC Charging
This is the fast DC station that charges all EVs capable of fast charging. It provides approximately 200 miles of range per hour of charging. These are typically used along highway corridors to enable traveling longer distances, but are also often used where the driver needs a very fast fill up. These are pedestal mount stations for installing on horizontal flat surfaces such as in a parking lot.
This is also a fast DC charging station. It will charge all SAE/Combo enabled EVs with about 100 miles of range per hour of charging. These can be mounted on walls or on a stand for mounting on the ground.
Fleets and Multi-Family Homes
CPF25 Charging Station
The CPF25 is designed for select fleet and multi-family applications. For fleets, CPF25 stations are ideally suited for depot charging. For multi-family communities, CPF25 stations are intended for personal charging in assigned parking spots.
Number of ChargePoint electric vehicle charging spots installed
With all these charging spots available across the country, and more coming every day, EV drivers will have the confidence they can charge when they want to.
Electric vehicles are on the road in the U.S. and Canada
Almost every manufacturer now sells electric vehicles and new electric models continue to roll out. With the wide range of choices, EVs can handle the normal daily driving needs of most people. Prices continue to decrease and range continues to increase. That can result in lower costs over the life of the vehicle.
Average US amount of greenhouse gas saved compared to gasoline
Driving electric cars puts fewer greenhouse gases into our atmosphere compared to gasoline vehicles. It is often correctly said EVs have no tailpipe emissions. The source of emissions is at the electric power plant. On average across the US, EVs result in over a 50% reduction in greenhouse gases per mile driven as compared to gasoline vehicles. Greenhouse gases are associated with climate change. Providing an EV charging station helps reduce your carbon footprint.
number of ChargePoint charges delivered
That’s a whole lot of charging going on!!!! It’s clear that electric transportation is going mainstream. The cost per mile of driving is much lower using electricity than gas or diesel.
a few of our clients
1000 charging stations