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|Coulomb Technologies’ ChargePoint CT2500 supports the MIFARE-based transportation card.|
Coulomb Technologies, provider of electric vehicle charging solutions, is expanding its ChargePoint Network with advanced features specifically designed for the European market.
The ChargePoint Network now supports the popular MIFARE-based transportation card that facilitates interoperability amongst different European energy supplier charging networks, making driver roaming possible.
The family of ChargePoint Network compatible charging stations also now includes the ChargePoint CT2500, one of the first Mode3/Type 2 electric vehicle charging stations awarded the KEMA-KEUR safety certification mark for compliance with IEC 61851.
Coulomb’s ChargePoint Network is the world’s largest charging network supporting thousands of charging stations and EV drivers. The ChargePoint Network comprises stations installed throughout Europe including Ireland, England, and the Netherlands, with more than 100 stations currently in use in the City of Amsterdam. Station owners, including energy suppliers and municipal governments, can now offer drivers faster charging, flexible billing, email and text message alerts, 24/7 driver assistance, and compatibility with all new electric vehicles.
Additionally, Coulomb has completed compatibility testing with the Nissan LEAF at the Nissan Technical Centre in England. The Nissan LEAF is expected to be on the streets of Portugal, Ireland, UK, and The Netherlands in early 2011 and will be able to charge at any ChargePoint charging station in Europe. Coulomb’s CT2500 was one of the first public Mode 3/Type 2 charging stations to successfully test charging compatibility with the Nissan LEAF at the Nissan Technical Center in November 2010.
“We are proud to expand ChargePoint Network’s reach further into the European market,” said Bret Sewell, Executive Vice President at Coulomb. “The introduction of these new stations helps support EV adoption in Europe, and the ChargePoint Network enables energy suppliers to deliver EV charging services to drivers, bill customers, and provide driver support, while cost effectively and remotely managing their charging infrastructure.”
Coulomb’s ChargePoint Network is open to all drivers of plug-in vehicles and all manufacturers of plug-in vehicle charging stations. ChargePoint Network’s unique features include:
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