ClipperCreek has announced a killer plug-in vehicle-related deal with the unveiling and introduction of its LCS-25 – a compact, residential charging station priced at just $995. ClipperCreek says that the LCS-25 sets the standard for "small size" chargers and drives down installation costs. Jason France, ClipperCreek's chief executive officer, states:
Founded in 2006, ClipperCreek is the exclusive Level 2 charging equipment supplier for Tesla Motors and for BMW's prototype Mini E. Additionally, the Auburn, CA-based company has strong ties with automakers Mitsubishi, Ford, Mercedes, GM and Nissan. After five years in business, on May 18th, ClipperCreek announced that it shipped its 5,000th plug-in vehicle charging station. For some perspective on its recent sales volume, ClipperCreek announced the shipment of its 4,000th charging station in la
Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment manufacturer ClipperCreek, Inc. has teamed with Jetlun Corporation, an energy management solutions provider for homes and businesses, to offer a smart grid capable EVSE that allows charging station owners to access and control numerous features remotely. Jetlun's Intelligent Management (JIM) system monitors the EVSE's energy usage, enables remote on/off switching and allows consumers to track charging progress.
Founded in 2006, ClipperCreek is the exclusive Level 2 charging equipment supplier for Tesla Motors and for BMW's Mini E program. Additionally, the Auburn, CA-based company closely works with automakers like Mitsubishi, Ford, Mercedes, GM and Nissan. Recently, ClipperCreek announced that it hit a milestone back on December 21st by shipping out its 4,000th charging unit. The company credits the 50-percent federal tax credit with boosting its business over the past couple of months and notes that
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