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Industry Electric vehicle infrastructure
Founded 2007; 10 years ago (2007)
Headquarters Campbell, California
Key people
Pasquale Romano CEO
Products Electric vehicle chargers
ChargePoint CT4000 family intelligent dual port networked Electric Vehicle charging station with driver services, mobile and web apps.
A ChargePoint public charging station at the Hillsboro Civic Center in Hillsboro, Oregon.

ChargePoint (formerly Coulomb Technologies) is an electric vehicle infrastructure company, based in Campbell, California. ChargePoint was founded in 2007. The current CEO is Pasquale Romano.

ChargePoint operates an open electric vehicle (EV) charging network.[citation needed] and makes the technology used in it.

Charging stations[edit]

ChargePoint Home - This is a small home charger that won an Edison Award for new product innovation and human-centered design.[1]

CT4000 Family - The CT4000 is intended for property owners, businesses and municipalities providing for charging stations for their employees, customers, residents and fleets. [2]

CPE 100 and CPE 200 - ChargePoint Express DC fast chargers offer fast charging for most DC-capable electric vehicles. With an embedded AC-to-DC converter, they directly charge the vehicle battery and can charge some EVs in less than 30 minutes. Express stations are particularly suitable for short dwell time parking, freeway corridor locations and quick turnaround fleet charging. They can also be installed in workplaces to complement CT4000 stations for employees who need a quick charge.[3][4]

CPF25 Family - The CPF25 is designed for select fleet and multi-family applications. For fleets, CPF25 stations are suited for depot charging. For multi-family communities, CPF25 stations are intended for personal charging in assigned parking spots.[5]


ChargePoint announced a liquid-cooled modular 400 kW concept called "Express Plus" in January 2017.[6]

ChargePoint Network[edit]

The station owner of a station on the ChargePoint network [7] can:

  • Set specialized pricing policies and access controls
  • Make the station visible to thousands of EV drivers
  • Generate usage and energy reports
  • Provide 24/7 support to EV drivers by the ChargePoint Support team



  • Edison Awards: Silver in the Electric Energy & Propulsion Systems category
  • Climate Change Business Journal: Business Model Innovation for Energy and Carbon Management


  • United Nations: Momentum for Change
  • Goldman Sachs: 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs
  • Verizon: Supplier Award for Environmental Excellence
  • Smart Grid Today: 2015 Smart Grid Pioneer
  • Global Cleantech 100 winner for 6 years running


  • CNBC: Disruptor 50: The End of the Gas Station?
  • Sustainia: World’s 100 Leading Sustainability Innovations


  • Pike Research: Top electric vehicle charging station manufacturer
  • World Economic Forum: “Technology Pioneer” Winner
  • Green Parking Council: “Sustainability Leadership Pioneer”


  • AlwaysOn: Top 200 green tech companies
  • Winner Sustainia100, a top sustainable solution announced at the Rio+20 conference
  • “The Green Garage” races into The Tech Museum, display


  • Top ranking and top overall score in Pike Research report of the EV supply equipment industry;


  • Time Magazine: 50 Best Inventions
  • Edmund’s Green Car Breakthrough Award[8]
  • BusinessWeek: 20 Small Businesses of the Future
  • Greentech Media: Top 50 VC-Funded Startups


Car Makers: BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Energica, Fiat, Nissan, Mercedes-Benz, smart USA, Toyota and Volkswagen.[9]

In-vehicle and hand-held navigation systems: BMW, Fiat, Nissan, Airbiquity, SiriusXM, TomTom and MapQuest

EVSE suppliers with ChargePoint stations: BMW i DC Fast Charger, Efacec, Fuji Electric, Leviton, Nissan and Schneider Electric[10]


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