ClipperCreek

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ClipperCreek
Founded 2006
Founder(s) Jason France
David Packard
Michael Rogers
Headquarters Auburn, California, United States
Website www.clippercreek.com

ClipperCreek Incorporated is a supplier of supply equipment for electric vehicles (EV) in the United States. ClipperCreek designs chargers and accessories for both battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles; the product lines include portable and stationary charging stations for consumer vehicles and commercial fleets.[1]


Management[edit]

• Jason France – CEO, Founder

• Michael Rogers – VP of Engineering, Founder

Key customers[edit]

Nissan[2]General Motors[3]Mercedes[4]Southern CompanyTesla Motors[5]FordBMW [6]

Company overview[edit]

ClipperCreek is a supplier of electric vehicle charging stations that are designed for individual and commercial use.[7] ClipperCreek’s charging stations are designed to be compatible with all plug-in vehicles coming to market. ClipperCreek products have a 10 year field history and have charged over 20 different vehicle models.[8]

Product overview[edit]

ClipperCreek has several ETL and UL listed charging stations that are commercially available:[9]

1. CS Series EVSE – Level 2 charging station designed for public, commercial, and fleet installations

2. TS Series EVSE – Level 2 charging station designed for rapid charging in residential, office, or commercial settings

3. PCS Series EVSE – Level 1, low cost, portable charger that will plug into any standard electrical outlet

4. LCS Series EVSE - Level 2, Low Cost, Residential and light commercial, available for hardwired or plug in installations, up to 20A charging

5. HCS Series EVSE - Level 2, Low Cost, Residential and commercial, available for hardwired or plug in installations, up to 30A charging

Technology[edit]

ClipperCreek’s proprietary software provides provisioning automation to speed the delivery, functionality, and configuration of EV charge stations. The company is currently producing its 14th generation of UL listed EV Chargers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ investing.businessweek.com ClipperCreek, Inc. Company Overview. Retrieved February 14,2011
  2. ^ www.allcarselectric.com Clipper Creek Offers Home Chargere Meeting New SAE J-1772 Standards. Retrieved April 1, 2010
  3. ^ www.allcarselectric.com Clipper Creek Offers Home Chargere Meeting New SAE J-1772 Standards. Retrieved April 1, 2010
  4. ^ www.allcarselectric.com Clipper Creek Offers Home Chargere Meeting New SAE J-1772 Standards. Retrieved April 1, 2010
  5. ^ www.allcarselectric.com Clipper Creek Offers Home Chargere Meeting New SAE J-1772 Standards. Retrieved April 1, 2010
  6. ^ www.allcarselectric.com Clipper Creek Offers Home Chargere Meeting New SAE J-1772 Standards. Retrieved April 1, 2010
  7. ^ www.greencarcongress.com Retrieved April 15, 2010
  8. ^ www.intelligentutility.com Retrieved February 14. 2011
  9. ^ www.greencarcongress.com Retrieved January 2010