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ChargePoint year-end special: up to $1,250 credit to upgrade to dual-port CT4000 Charging Station

ChargePoint is offering its customers a limited time trade-in credit of up to $1,250 toward the purchase of a dual-port CT4000 charging station. The CT4000 Series from ChargePoint includes a power-sharing feature, which allows a single circuit to power a dual port charging station, doubling the number of charging locations, without increasing installation costs.

Clean Cord Technology—a self-retracting, maintenance free, ultra lightweight cord management system—is now a standard feature.

The CT4000 Series also offers a customizable video feature on a color LCD screen, allowing station owners to run video content of their choice through ChargePoint’s cloud service. Station owners can further customize their CT4000 Series charging station by replacing the standard EV Charging Only sign. The interactive instruction video for the CT4000 is consumer-friendly and available in English, Spanish and French.

Through the Section 30C Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit, owners of EV charging stations can take a 30% tax credit of up to $30,000 per location for stations purchased and installed in 2012 or 2013. Both the limited time offer to receive ChargePoint’s trade-in credit of $1,250 for a dual-port station and $500 for single port stations, and the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property tax credit offer expire on 31 December 2013. The offer is valid for stations sold and installed through ChargePoint’s Premier reseller partners.

Currently, ChargePoint has more than 14,000 charging locations and a 65%+ market share of networked public charging stations, operating on its cloud service, which supports a range of hardware from other manufacturers in addition to ChargePoint’s selection of models.


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