Phoenix, AZ. January 10, 2013 – ChargePoint has been named as the leading electric vehicle charging station manufacturer by Pike research. ChargePoint achieved the highest worldwide ranking for feature-rich EVSE (electric vehicle supply equipment) offerings, market share, geographic reach and vision. ChargePoint maintained its leadership spot with strong strategy and execution scores and as a result continued to secure significant market share, according to the report.
Did you install a ChargePoint EV charging stations in 2012 or have plans to install in 2013? We have some great news! The recent fiscal cliff deal that Congress passed included a broad set of tax extenders for all electric vehicle charging stations and installation.
ChargePoint, the world’s largest network of independently owned EV charging stations and DBT USA, the Chicago-based subsidiary of European EV charging infrastructure leader DBT will showcase a joint EV charging station innovation at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. With more than 10,000 charging stations installed in 32 countries and three continents across the globe, DBT will make a major step in the US EV charging station market with a new product to be announced during CES. The companies will showcase the joint solution on January 8-11, 2013 inside the GoElectricDrive Tech Zone, booth #2826 (LVCC North Hall) and DBT USA booth #2931 (LVCC, North Hall).
ChargePoint today introduced its newest electric vehicle charging station mobile application for all iPhone and Android smart phones. With a new user experience and redesigned look, the ChargePoint EV charging station app now features all EV charging stations installed in the United States, not just those on the ChargePoint network. Additionally, EV drivers can now easily identify which stations have pricing and exactly how far they are from their location. Available for free, the updated ChargePoint EV charging station app also provides EV drivers direct access to their social network accounts including Facebook and Twitter.