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Tag: ClipperCreek

EV Charging Station Buyer’s Guide Series: Staying Safe

EV Charging Station Buyer’s Guide Series: Staying Safe

| March 31, 2017

After deciding to buy a plug-in electric vehicle, often the next decision is to purchase a Level 2 charging station for faster charging at home.  Safety might not be the first consideration when selecting a charging station, but safety is actually the most important thing to consider. This video series from ClipperCreek helps you choose […]

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30% Federal Tax Credit for Purchase & Installation of CC EVSE

30% Federal Tax Credit for Purchase & Installation of CC EVSE

| November 29, 2016

by Suzanne Guinn | Alert: This rebate is ending soon! In case you hadn’t already heard the great news, we are pleased to announce you can once again take advantage of a 30% federal tax credit for installing ClipperCreek electric vehicle charging stations at your home or business. Congress has renewed the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax […]

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Low Price Vehicle Charging Station from ClipperCreek

Low Price Vehicle Charging Station from ClipperCreek

| January 28, 2014

ClipperCreek  has announced the availability of a new, low-priced vehicle charging station. Called the HCS-40P, with factory installed NEMA 14-50P or 6-50P wall plugs, this rugged, plug connected electric vehicle charging station is now easier to install. With standard 25 feet of charging cable, a 3 year warranty, and an easy 3 step installation process, […]

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ClipperCreek Debuts Highest Power EV Charging Station Available

ClipperCreek Debuts Highest Power EV Charging Station Available

| June 26, 2013

ClipperCreek has announced the introduction of its 30 kW CS-100-3P 80 AMP, 3 Phase EVSE for use with commercial truck applications at the Alternative Clean Transportation Expo in Washington, DC. This technology represents the highest power EV charging station available for commercial trucking applications. “We saw a need for higher power charging to help expand […]

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