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Electric Vehicles can charge at work on Level 1. Over 80% of EV's leave the home fully charged for their average 20 mile commute. Over 60% of Leaf owners never buy a level 2 charger. No need to charge …

Electric Vehicles can charge at work on Level 1. Over 80% of EV's leave the home fully charged for their average 20 mile commute. Over 60% of Leaf owners never buy a level 2 charger. No need to charge at public charging stations to commute to work. This is a majority of EV Travel. Our level 1 chargers put back in 5-8 miles of charge per hour. They are 1/3 the cost of other networking chargers. Easier on your electrical panel and "grid friendly"! View this and learn how simple EV charging can be.
.....oh and only $1495 ea. We make a lower power Level 2 for only $1795. www.L1PowerPost.com

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  • 1. Workplace Charging Works! Safe • Simple • Low Cost • Durable • Grid Friendly 1 ® Over 80% of Plug in Drivers leave home with a full Charge. They don’t need to stop at a public charging staBon to commute to work. Workplace charging Replenishes what it took to get to work. Simple!
  • 2. Electric Vehicles and Electricity Sources ® Electric vehicles just move the polluBon from the tailpipe to the power plant? WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW • Wrong. • First off gas is a dirty fuel. Refining one gallon produces 2.4 pounds of CO2 and burning it produces another 19 pounds of CO2 that’s a total of 21.4 pounds of CO2 for every gallon of gas consumed. • Then the gas must be shipped and driven to the pumps everywhere! • Electricity is already delivered to more places than just the gas staBons. • Secondly the internal combusBon engine is incredibly inefficient. Roughly 75% of the energy found in one gallon of gasoline is wasted meaning that only 25% of the energy (or less) is used to move the vehicle . Electric engines are by comparison very efficient (upwards of 90% efficient). • Driving an electric vehicle results in a 77% reducBon of emissions compared to convenBonal vehicles. (Even when the electricity is produced by dirty coal)
  • 3. Electric Vehicles and Electricity vs. GAS! ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW In a 2008 report, Argonne NaBonal Lab esBmated that the efficiency for producing gasoline of an “average” U.S. petroleum refinery is between 84% and 88% (Wang, 2008), and Oak Ridge NaBonal Lab reports that the net energy content of oil is approximately 132,000 Btu per gallon (Davis, 2009). It is commonly known that a barrel of crude oil generate approximately 45 gallons of refined product (refer to NAS, 2009, Table 3-­‐4 for a publicaBon staBng so). Thus, using an 85% refinery efficiency and the aforemenBoned conversion factors, it can be esBmated that about 21,000 Btu—the equivalent of 6 kWh—of energy are lost per gallon of gasoline refined: **THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE TRANSPORTING THE FUEL FROM THE MIDDLE EAST TO YOUR CORNER GAS PUMP!** “You take an average of 5 kilowa= hours to refine gasoline, something like the Model S can go 20 miles on 5 kilowa= hours. You basically have the energy needed to power electric vehicles if you stop refining”. -­‐ Elon Musk
  • 4. Commuter Distances WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 76% of commuters travel less than 40 miles round-­‐trip! 2005 the US Dept. Of Commerce American Housing Survey for the United States Simple SoluBon? 20-­‐40 Miles of Charge at work! 4-­‐8 hours at 5 miles or more of range per hour at Level 1 charging ®
  • 5. Charging Levels and Ranges Level 1 = 5-8 miles of range per hour of charging Level 2 = 10-15 miles of range per hour of charging Level 3 = 60-70 miles of range per half hour of charging 5 Electric Vehicle Charging Basics Plug In Electric Vehicle Ba;ery Sizes Toyota Prius 4.4 kWh Bakery 11 miles C-­‐max Energi 7.6 kWh Bakery 21 miles Chevy Volt 16 kWh Bakery 38 miles BMW i3 22 KWh Bakery 80 miles Ford Focus 23 kWh Bakery 76 miles Nissan Leaf 24 kWh Bakery 75 miles Tesla S 60 kWh Bakery 208 miles Are you in a hurry at work or the airport? ®
  • 6. Electric Vehicles and Level 1 Charging ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW The L1 PowerPost® EVSE is designed for workplace parking and lots where vehicles park for more than 3 hours. Low electric current design provides more than enough charging capabilities and keeps infrastructure and operating costs to a minimum. No maintenance contracts, networking fees, or annual service charges…install and forget! Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of L1 PowerPost EVSE is less then competitor brands – even when not charging for electricity. Enhance your Sustainability Image while adding a benefit that helps attract and retain employees No need to Over Think, Over Power or Over Spend
  • 7. Electric Vehicles and Electricity Costs ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Commercial electricity costs are minimal: $0.10/kWh (US average) Level 1 charging rate is 1.92 kW (16A) max. or 1.44 kW (12A) typical Per hour cost of Level 1 charging is typically $0.14: $0.10/kWh x 1.44 kW x 1 hour = $0.14 cost per hour charged EV’s add approximately 5 miles of range per hour of Level 1 charging The typical one way commute is less then 20 miles Majority (87%) of EVs leave home with a full charge 4-Hour cost of Level 1 charging is approx. $0.57 (Equal to or less than a cup of coffee)
  • 8. Electric Vehicles and Electricity Costs ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Electric Vehicles operate at 3 to 5 times greater efficiency – thus electricity is NOT equal in value or cost in comparison to gasoline for equal miles driven EVs get an avg. of 3.5 mi/kWh = $0.029 / mile driven Gasoline car @ 30 mpg = $0.133 / mile driven ($4/gal)
  • 9. Electric Vehicles and Paying for Charging ® UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET EV drivers resist paying high prices for workplace and public charging Including taxes and fees, home rates are less than $0.13/kWh Most EV drivers leave home with a fully charged battery Paying 2X the home rate seems to be the upper end of acceptance Work place charging can greatly benefit employees that live in multi-unit dwellings that may not have access to charging stations According to a leading supplier of networked EVSE, 79% of their work place installed chargers do NOT require payment for EV charging – Why sell them more than they need? Complex, high-power, high-priced charging stations have low utilization when typical pricing rates (3X to 5X home rates) are in effect
  • 10. Electric Vehicles and Payments for Charging ® UNDERSTANDING THE OPTIONS If you need to charge $$ for electricity, now or in the future - simple, cost effective solutions do exist beyond complex, networked stations Low-cost payment options are available: - Payroll deduction plan tied to a flat daily fee Issued vehicle sticker (see next page for details) Ease of setting or resetting rates annually - Electricity rates are stable and do not vary materially within a year - Easy to increase rates charged if some employees decide to “save” at home and do all their charging at work Low-cost, low-current EVSE charging increases usage and alleviates concerns about length of time used by a single user. The parking experience is or can be similar to a gas powered car: Park, Plug-In, and Move On with the rest of your day
  • 11. Electric Vehicles and Payment Rate Worksheet ® UNDERSTANDING THE MATH Company Survey of EV Participant/ Employee 1) Do you have a home charging station? Yes No 2) If Yes, do you leave home fully charged Yes No 3) How many miles do you commute to work one way? 20 miles Note: the company will monitor electricity usage and adjust rates accordingly – please use EVSE as intended and per the spirit of this company sponsored benefit Company Calculations to determine cost of electricity and how much to charge one employee/EV per day: 1) Home charging station? Yes = one way, No = round trip (mult. by 2) 2) Cost of electricity $0.10 per kWh 3) Number of work days: 260 4) Miles per kWh: 3.5 5) Cost Factor (CF): 1.0 (1 recovers cost of electricity only) Cost Equation for Charging Station per Year 1 way X 20 miles/3.5 miles per kWh X $0.10 per kWh X 260 days X 1.0 (CF) = $148.57 per year or $0.57 per day
  • 12. Electric Vehicles and Equipment ® UNDERSTANDING THE OPTIONS More functionality built-in to an EVSE adds costs – both up front and on-going - that are difficult to recover: Credit Card Readers • Adds approximately $500 per unit • The single most common cause of EVSE outages Integrated Electricity Metering • Energy metering can easily be accomplished outside of the EVSE for a fraction of the cost • Expected vs. Actual electricity costs can be determined and used to reset employee rates (see previous page) if needed RFID authorization Networking and software maintenance
  • 13. Charge Vehicles not people Electric Vehicles and Payments for Charging ® UNDERSTANDING THE TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP Based on rates from the leading supplier of networked EV charging stations, it is actually less expensive to give away electricity for free with two L1PowerPost® electric vehicle chargers then to charge employees for electricity with a networked EVSE: Level 1 Free EV Charging Costs $5,628 Over 7 Years Level 2 Networked EV Charging with Revenue offsets paid by Employees Costs $10,993 Over 7 Years Consider “Level Free” Charging TCO in both cases do not include installation cost which varies greatly (site specific)
  • 14. Electric Vehicles and Payments for Charging ® UNDERSTAND THE COSTS (TCO) Usage Box Input Fields Usage per Plug L1PP L2 Comp Average Daily Users 1.00 2.00 Days in use per Year 260 260 Cost per Charge $ 0.57 $ 0.57 Annual Electric Cost $ 148 $ 296 Number of Units 2 1 Capital Cost -­‐ EVSE Unit Cost $ 1,495 $ 7,200 Installation Cost per unit $ -­‐ $ -­‐ Annual Operating Costs -­‐ Electricity -­‐ (See Usage Box) $ 296 $ 296 Avg Electric Rate Inc. 1.0% 1.0% Maintenance $ 500 $ 394 Annual Fees N/A $ 510 Credit Card Swipe Fee N/A $0.10 Credit Card Processing Fee N/A 4.0% Revenue Offsets -­‐ Revenue per Charge N/A $ 1.43 % Rev to Network Provider N/A 10.0% Cost to Operate Year 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Telefonix L1 Power Post Capital Costs $ 2,990 InstallaBon Cost -­‐ Electricity 296 299 302 305 308 312 315 Maintenance -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 500 -­‐ Net OperaBng Costs 296 299 302 305 308 812 315 CummulaNve Costs $ 2,990 $ 3,286 $ 3,586 $ 3,888 $ 4,194 $ 4,502 $ 5,313 $ 5,628 CompeNng L2 Capital Cost -­‐ $ 7,200 InstallaBon Cost -­‐ -­‐ Electricity 296 299 302 305 308 312 315 Maintenance -­‐ 394 394 394 394 394 394 Annual Fees 510 510 510 510 510 510 510 Credit Card Swipe Fee 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 Credit Card Processing Fee 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Revenue Share with Network Provider 74 74 74 74 74 74 74 Annual OperaBng Costs -­‐ 936 1,333 1,336 1,339 1,342 1,345 1,348 Revenue Offset (Assume 2.5 X Cost of Electricity) 741 741 741 741 741 741 741 Net OperaBng Costs 195 592 595 598 601 604 607 CummulaNve Costs $ 7,200 $ 7,395 $ 7,987 $ 8,582 $ 9,180 $ 9,782 $10,386 $10,993
  • 15. Telefonix L1 PowerPost® EVSE ® Bokom line: our less expensive charger and more efficient use of power can allow 10 parking spaces for charging at the same price as 4 level 2 chargers. If we want EV adopBon to happen quicker, then this would speed things up a bit! Over 60% of Nissan LEAF owners never buy a level 2 charger! Auto dealers are first to admit that a EV buyer was pondering the purchase of their first EV, the purchase finally came aqer they saw that some chargers were available at their place of work and at the places they would frequent like, theaters & airports. If parking spaces are limited then Our new Level 2 can be used for Shorter charge Bme and reach mulBple cars or use a rotaBon plan.
  • 16. “A Breath of Fresh Air”! Our “DonaNon StaNon” approach Thank you for driving A clean Air Vehicle. Because of your efforts we can all breathe a likle easier. The electricity is compliments of Lowe’s. In return we ask that you consider supporBng the American Lung AssociaBon by scanning the code here, or visiBng LUNG.ORG Sponsorship/Partnership/Stewardship ®
  • 17. Steps to speed up EV Adoption ® Dealership Workplace Outreach Plan 1. Turn your existing customers into EVangelists! 2. Find out where they work 3. Offer them a reward or “Bird-Dog” fee 4. Meet with employers about installing chargers 5. We will help plan, present and train employers 6. Sell more EV’s to their fellow workers and friends
  • 18. Simple. Economical. Unique. Low current electric vehicle charging solutions for long-term parking. At Telefonix®, we believe that electric vehicle charging should be simple; you don’t need to over think or over spend. That’s why we are the only company that is focusing exclusively on low current solutions for commercial parking lots or garages where cars are parked for two or more hours. What’s more, you can remove tripping hazards and work to expand ADA compliance by eliminating cords lying on the ground with Telefonix’s patented cord reel technology that is designed and tested to last the life of the unit. L1 PowerPost™ Level 1 120vac/16 amps L2 PowerPost™ Level 2 208-240vac/14 amps PowerPostEVSE.com
  • 19. Telefonix L1 PowerPost® EVSE ® Specifications 120 Vac/16A 20A supply circuit Retractable cord reel is waterproof and spark-proof 14 feet of EVSE cable Simple LED operator interface SAE J1772 compliant UL 2594 safety certified for EVSE commercial use NEMA 3R enclosure ADA Compliant Exterior can be customized with logos, advertising, and messaging Dimensions: Height – 58.9” Width – 6.0” Depth (w/o connector) – 9.0” Depth (with connector) – 17.0” Weight – 40 lbs. MSRP $1,495 “Budget & Grid Friendly”
  • 20. Telefonix L2 PowerPost® EVSE ® Specifications 208-240 vac/14A 20A supply circuit Retractable cord reel is waterproof and spark-proof 14 feet of EVSE cable Simple LED operator interface SAE J1772 compliant UL 2594 safety certified for EVSE commercial use NEMA 3R enclosure ADA Compliant Exterior can be customized with logos, advertising, and messaging Dimensions: Height – 58.9” Width – 6.0” Depth (w/o connector) – 9.0” Depth (with connector) – 17.0” Weight – 40 lbs. MSRP $1,795.00 “Budget & Grid Friendly”
  • 21. Telefonix L1 PowerPost™ EVSE AIRPORT SOLUTIONS! ® Before Aqer
  • 22. Airport Parking? Why Gulp when you can Sip?
  • 23. No need to Over Think, Over Power or Over Spend L1PowerPost.com Outstanding in it’s field!
  • 24. Workplace Charging Works! ® We all say its the “Chicken or the egg”? Don’t be the chicken! Thank you! Please contact Bill Williams Telefonix, Inc. Head of North American Sales bwilliams@telefonixinc.com 310.601.6751