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    Cities across the globe are responding to market demands and global pressures to reduce our dependence on oil imports, and reduce greenhouse gases. It is apparent that electric vehicles are here to stay,and EV drivers are relying on more than the charging station in their garage!

    Providing charging stations where people work or shop is sometimes a necessity and presents numerous benefits for the cities, towns or organizations providing these charging stations to the public. We help city planners and government officials choose and implement more fiscally responsible infrastructures.

    Private sectors, campuses and organizations (including residences) across the globe are responding to market demands and global pressures to reduce our dependence on oil imports, and reduce greenhouse gases.

    If people within your immediate community are already taking advantage of the many benefits of Electric Vehicles (EVs), Green Power Technology can help you better serve these drivers, which offers many benefits for the host as well.

    Through our preferred relationships as authorized distributors of Fuji Electric, Signet, Schneider Electric, and ChargePoint® (additionally a channel partner) Green Power Technology helps provide residential charging solutions to the owners of electric vehicles.

    Homeowners appreciate the simple, easy-to-install and user-friendly products we offer for charging vehicles in the home. Many of the charging stations are suitable for wall or pedestal mounting and advanced versions feature intelligent communications.

    Through our preferred relationship as authorized distributors of Fuji Electric, Signet, Schneider Electric, and ChargePoint® (additionally a channel partner), Green Power Technology provides solutions to help corporations meet their employee demand for electric vehicle charging. We recognize that electric cars are here to stay, and through the ChargePoint® Network, and our vast array of EV charging solutions, we help reduce dependence on oil imports, reduce greenhouse gases and reduce fuel costs.

    In addition to saving individuals money and bettering the environment, the new wave of electric vehicles has also delivered some great news for fleet managers. Electric vehicles are more efficient and are less costly to operate! Even by simply adding just a few EVs to a fleet, fleet managers can significantly lower the overall operational cost of doing business.

    Green Power Technology helps fleet managers wanting to integrate EVs into their fleet, by assisting and educating them about any challenges, questions or concerns they may face. We make integrating EVs into your fleet, and providing your drivers with charging solutions, a seamless, reliable process.

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    With innovative new features, the CT4000 Series gives station owners a more affordable, customizable, and intuitive way to help drivers get off gas.

    Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management, with solutions for power and control, critical power, energy efficiency, automation and renewable energy.

    Microbox® is Galileo's original and exclusive line of "Plug-and-Play" CNG refueling stations. This enclosed, explosion proof module, saves major construction costs and delays, characteristic of other designs.

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FAQ

Why Smartlets and not outlets? Problems with outlets in public spaces:

  • Will always require physical GFI and circuit breaker reset (i.e. reset cannot be done remotely)
  • Always “energized” outlets can pose safety and increase liability issues
  • Always “energized” outlets can result in energy theft
  • Do not deal with cord theft issues
  • Cannot handle large number of mate/demate cycles – needing more frequent replacements. No auto detection capabilities
  • Do not provide for grid load management capabilities – causing concerns for utilities
  • Do not provide for circuit load management capabilities
  • Do not provide for a “pay for use” business model (i.e. no subscriber/driver management capabilities)
  • No way to determine where available (not in use) stations are before driving there
  • Low availability due to lack of monitoring, triggered GFCIs and triggered circuit breakers

Green Power Technology - EV and CNG ProductsHow much GHG emissions do electric cars save?

  • EPRI estimates between 1.2 and 3 Metric Tons/year for PHEVs
  • Based on EPA nationwide blended model
  • About 3 Metric Tons/year saved in most cases
  • Depends on how much you charge versus using gas
  • Some utilities will be better than the EPA average because they have “cleaner” electric power (Typically states with heavy investment in nuclear, wind, hydro, etc.)
  • Some utilities will be worse than the EPA average because they have “dirtier” electric power (Typically those relying on coal)

How many charging stations are needed per vehicle?

  • In the U.S.:
    • 54 million garages
    • 247 million registered vehicles
    • 1.8 charging station to car ratio required
    • Therefore, number of charging stations available is about 12%
    • This ratio represents mass adoption
  • In early adopter phase:
    • We anticipate the ratio to be closer to 1 to 1 and growing to 1.8 to 1 over time
  • Europe has a bigger problem in the early stages
  • NOTE: California Energy Commission believes that in order to get reasonable geographic coverage, you need a 3 to 1 charging station to vehicle ratio

What does the Subscriber Experience look like?

  • The pictures on the right are that of a subscriber plugging into a streetlight mounted system and that of a smartcard authorization system
  • For the 120V (Level 1) charging:
    • Driver has the cord
    • Uses Smart Card to authenticate
    • Door unlocks
    • Driver opens door, plugs in cord, and closes door
    • Door automatically locks
    • Outlet is now energized and current is flowing to the vehicle
    • To de-energize outlet, unlock door and retrieve cord, driver uses Smart Card to authenticate
  • For the 240V (Level 2) charging:
    • Connector and cord is attached to the charging station
    • Driver plugs in the J1772 connector into the car inlet
    • Driver uses Smart Card to authenticate and start charging
    • To stop charging driver disconnects the J1772 connector from the inlet

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As Green Power Technology continues to grow and expand our network of products and services, we continually rely on the support of Certified EV Charging Solution Installers and Professionals within each state. If you are interested in becoming a certified EV professional, please contact us.

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