SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Sequoia Solar, a San Diego solar company, powered up its first networked solar-powered electric vehicle charging station Nov. 11.
“The marriage of solar-generated electricity and electric vehicle charging is an exciting prospect for us and for the advancement of clean tech and reducing our carbon footprint,” said Marty Reed, CEO and Founder of Sequoia Solar.
Coulomb Technologies’ electric vehicle charging stations allow drivers to charge their electric vehicles wherever they live, work and shop.
The ChargePoint Network is open to all drivers of plug-in vehicles and provides authentication, management, and real-time control for the networked electric vehicle charging stations through multiple web-based portals for Hosts, Fleet managers, Subscribers, and Utilities.
“The marriage of solar-generated electricity and electric vehicle charging is an exciting prospect for us and for the advancement of clean tech and reducing our carbon footprint.”
— Marty Reed, CEO and Founder of Sequoia Solar
ChargePoint Network features include: charging status by SMS text or email notification, location of unoccupied charging stations via smart phones, authenticated access to eliminate energy theft, authorized energizing for safety, and Smart Grid integration for utility load management with future V2G capabilities.
Sequoia Solar is a solar photovoltaic design and installation company with offices in Solana Beach, Palm Desert and Santa Rosa, California.
Coulomb Technologies is a leader in electric vehicle charging station infrastructure with networked charging stations installed in municipalities and organizations worldwide.
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