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    Official: ECOtality, ChargePoint streamline EV charging systems with Collaboratev

    Two of the largest US makers of plug-in vehicle charging systems are embarking on a cooperative effort that certainly fits the stereotypical "peace and love" vibe sometimes associated with the green-car movement. ECOtality, maker of Blink charging systems, and ChargePoint (formerly Coulomb ...

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    Report: Is $1/hour the right price for plug-in car charging? Industry says yes

    Owners of public electric-vehicle charging stations would do well to bill their customers about a $1 per hour. That's the rate where they can make money but won't make EV drivers feel gouged, according to the Christian Science Monitor reports, citing several members of the EV charging station ...

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    Official: BMW i ventures invests in Coulomb; ChargePoint 4.0 coming soon

    Like patrons at the end of a long night, automakers and charging companies can sometimes be seen leaving the bar arm in arm. Coda with Mr. Electric. Holden with Better Place. Nissan with GE. Smart USA with Coulomb. Toyota with Leviton. BMW with AeroVironment. But this is a vibrant scene, and ...

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    Report: Coulomb admits, addresses Chevy Volt delayed-charging issues

    Well, at least there was that gas tank to fall back on. About one in five attempts by Green Car Reports to use the delayed-charging settings to recharge its 2011 Chevrolet Volt extended-range plug-in has resulted in a lack of charging from the Coulomb 240-volt charging station. Coulomb isn't ...

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    EVS: Coulomb readying San Francisco with 100 stations, finds "museum tour of electricity"

    Coulomb Technologies' big news at EVS26 was a collaboration with Fuji Electric Corporation of America to add Fuji's 25-kW DC Quick Charging Stations into the ChargePoint Network. In fact, the very first such charger on the network was sitting there in the booth, and actual deployment in the U.S. ...

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    Official: Coulomb has shipped more than 2,400 plug-in vehicle charging stations throughout U.S.

    Coulomb Technologies, which in 2010 set out to install 4,500 electric-vehicle charging stations throughout 10 U.S. regions as part of a U.S. Department of Energy Department (DOE) plan, has shipped more than 2,400 public and commercial stations and is finalizing the installation of the commercial ...

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    Official: Pennsylvania turnpike plazas will all get DC fast charging stations for EVs

    Ready to take your all-electric car on a road trip? If you're headed along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, 2013 might just be your year. The plan is to install EV charging stations in all 17 of the service plazas along the highway by June 30 of that year. Each plaza will get one Level 2 charging ...

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    Coulomb launches ChargePoint Android app

    Coulomb Technologies has launched its ChargePoint app for Android users. Available to download for free, the ChargePoint app allows plug-in vehicle owners to monitor the real-time status of nearby charging stations and to reserve a plug-in point prior to arrival. Richard Lowenthal, founder of ...

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    Pike says Coulomb Technologies is best EVSE vendor, ECOtality in 2nd place

    According to the latest Pike Pulse report, two electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) companies stand out among the competition in strategy and execution: Coulomb Technologies and Ecotality, with one above the other. The "Pike Pulse Report: Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment" evaluated 10 ...

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    Energy Secretary Chu says more than 1,800 charging stations have been installed under Recovery Act

    Last Friday, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced that to date, more than 1,800 plug-in vehicle charging stations have been installed under the Recovery Act's $400-million Transportation Electrification Initiative. Coulomb Technologies, ECOtality, General Motors and others have installed ...

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    To celebrate Earth Day, Coulomb giving away free ChargePass cards

    In honor of Earth Day 2011, Coulomb Technologies has announced that it will send free ChargePass cards to plug-in vehicle owners through the end of April 2011, waving the usual sign-up fee. According to Coulomb, by creating a ChargePass account and activating the free card, plug-in vehicle drivers ...

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    GE, Siemens will compete with electric vehicle charger startups

    GE WattStation – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Massive corporations such as General Electric and Siemens AG are getting ready to compete with lesser-known startups like Ecotality, Coulomb Technologies and Aerovironment for your electric vehicle charging dollars. GE is ...

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    Coulomb Technologies names Pasquale Romano CEO

    Coulomb Technologies has announced the appointment of Pasquale 'Pat' Romano to the positions of president and chief executive officer of the company. Coulomb's now-former CEO and company co-founder, Richard Lowenthal, will assume the role of chief technical officer and handle the company's ...

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    Hire Electric installs Washington's largest solar-powered charging station

    Hire Electric's solar charging station in Richland, WA
    Earlier this week, General Motors provided a video tour of its recently installed solar-powered charging station at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, the birthplace of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt. Though GM's 18.2 kW solar array is certainly ...

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    AMD installs 3 Coulomb ChargePoint stations at Austin, TX complex

    Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD), makers of some mighty fine computer processors, recently installed three Coulomb ChargePoint stations at its offices in the city of Austin, TX. Though no AMD employee at the Austin "Lone Star" complex currently drives a plug-in vehicle, several have expressed an ...

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    Coulomb installs first PayPass-capable charger in San Francisco

    Early last week, Coulomb Technologies unveiled its first installation of an electric-vehicle charging station in the Washington, D.C area. This unit, located at the Franklin D. Reeves Center in the northwest section of the city, is one of many that Coulomb plans to install in the nation's capital. ...

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    ChargePoint America takes electrical vehicle charging to church

    Church is no longer just a place to worship or congregate. Sure, you can still do those at most churches, but one place of worship in Washington state is now an ideal site for charging something other than your spiritual batteries: your electric vehicle. Woodinville Wooden Cross Lutheran was ...

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    Magna E-Car Systems purchases first ChargePoint CT3000 DC fast-charge station

    Coulomb Technologies, along with partner Aker Wade Power Technologies, is now taking orders for the ChargePoint CT3000 networked DC fast-charge stations. Deliveries of the CT3000 will commence early next year. The CT3000 offers the convenience of 30-minute charging and is designed to accommodate ...

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    Hillsboro, OR now home to 13 Level 2 Coulomb ChargePoint stations

    Sure, some cities across the U.S. have one or perhaps two plug-in vehicle chargers, but how many have thirteen? Well, Hillsboro, OR does. Yeah, the unlikely location is the first in the state to install Coulomb Technologies' Level II ChargePoint Networked Charging Stations and, instead of stopping ...

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    ChargePoint America installations underway, two more chargers ready for use in San Jose

    By October 2011, the ChargePoint America program, assisted by Coulomb Technologies, is expected to complete installation of 4,600 free public and home charging stations funded by a $15-million grant from the U.S. government. The chargers will appear in nine regions across the U.S.: Austin, TX, ...


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