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Electric Vehicles can charge at work on Level 1. 99% of EV's leave the home fully charged for their average 20 mile commute. Our level 1 chargers put back in 5-8 miles of charge per hour. They are 1/3 ...

Electric Vehicles can charge at work on Level 1. 99% of EV's leave the home fully charged for their average 20 mile commute. 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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    • Commercial Level 1 Electric Vehicle Charging Station Safe • Simple • Low Cost • Durable • Grid Friendly 1   ®
    • Most Polluted Cities in US By Ozone   §  #1:  Los  Angeles-­‐Long  Beach,  CA   §  #2:  Visalia-­‐Porterville-­‐Hanford,  CA   §  #3:  Bakersfield,  CA   §  #4:  Fresno-­‐Madera,  CA   §  #5:  Sacramento-­‐Roseville,  CA   §  #6:  Houston-­‐The  Woodlands,  TX   §  #7:  Modesto-­‐Merced,  CA   §  #8:  Washington-­‐BalOmore-­‐Arlington,  DC-­‐MD-­‐   §  #9:  Dallas-­‐Fort  Worth,  TX-­‐OK   §  #10:  Las  Vegas-­‐Henderson,  NV-­‐AZ   §  #11:  Phoenix-­‐Mesa-­‐ScoXsdale,  AZ   §  #12:  New  York-­‐Newark,  NY-­‐NJ-­‐CT-­‐PA   §  #13:  St.  Louis-­‐St.  Charles-­‐Farmington,  MO-­‐IL   §  #14    Tulsa  OK   §  #15      CincinaO-­‐Wilmington-­‐Maysville,  OH-­‐KY-­‐IN   §  #16:  Philadelphia-­‐Reading-­‐Camden,  PA-­‐NJ-­‐DE-­‐MD   §  #17:  El  Centro,  CA   §  #18:  Louisville-­‐Jefferson  County-­‐Madison,  KY-­‐IN   §  #19:  Oklahoma  City-­‐Shawnee,  OK   §  #20:  Chicago-­‐Naperville,  IL-­‐IN-­‐WI   §  #21:  PiXsburgh-­‐New  Castle-­‐Weirton,  PA-­‐OH-­‐WV   §  #22:  Fort  Collins,  CO   §  #23:  Birmingham-­‐Hoover-­‐Talladega,  AL   §  #24:  Sheboygan,  WI   §  #24:  Cleveland-­‐Akron-­‐Canton,  OH       American  Lung  Associa0on  Website   ®
    •   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  sta0ons.   •  Secondly  the  internal  combus0on  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%  reduc0on  of  emissions  compared  to   conven0onal  vehicles.  (Even  when  the  electricity  is  produced  by  dirty  coal)   Electric  vehicles  just  move  the  pollu0on  from  the  tailpipe  to  the  power  plant?   Electric Vehicles and Electricity Sources ®
    • In  a  2008  report,  Argonne  Na0onal  Lab  es0mated  that  the  efficiency  for  producing  gasoline  of  an   “average”  U.S.  petroleum  refinery  is  between  84%  and  88%  (Wang,  2008),  and  Oak  Ridge  Na0onal   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  publica0on  sta0ng  so).  Thus,  using  an  85%  refinery  efficiency  and   the  aforemen0oned  conversion  factors,  it  can  be  es0mated  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!**   Electric Vehicles and Electricity vs. GAS! ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW “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  
    • Commuter Distances                                                                                                                                        2005  the  US  Dept.  Of  Commerce  American  Housing  Survey  for  the  United  States   WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 76%  of  commuters  travel  less  than  40  miles  round-­‐trip!   Simple  Solu0on?  20-­‐40  Miles  of  Charge  at  work!   4-­‐8  hours  at  5  miles  or  more  of  range  per  hour  at  Level  1  charging   ®
    • Level 1 = 5-9 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 6   Electric Vehicle Charging Basics   Plug  In  Electric  Vehicle  BaXery  Sizes     Toyota  Prius      4.4  kWh  Bajery    11  miles   C-­‐max  Energi      7.6  kWh  Bajery    21  miles   Chevy  Volt            16    kWh  Bajery    38  miles   BMW        i3                22    KWh  Bajery    80  miles   Ford  Focus              23    kWh  Bajery    76  miles   Nissan  Leaf            24    kWh  Bajery    75  miles        Tesla  S                          54    kWh  Bajery    208  miles   Are  you  in  a  hurry  at  work  or  the  airport?   Charging  Levels  and  Ranges   ®
    • The L1 PowerPost® EVSE is designed for workplace parking and lots where vehicles park for more than 3 hours. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of L1 PowerPost EVSE is less then competitor brands – even when not charging for electricity. 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! No need to Over Think, Over Power or Over Spend Enhance your Sustainability Image while adding a benefit that helps attract and retain employees WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Electric Vehicles and Level 1 Charging ®
    • 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 Electric Vehicles and Electricity Costs ® WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW 4-Hour cost of Level 1 charging is approx. $0.57 (Equal to or less than a cup of coffee)  
    • Electric Vehicles and Electricity Costs ® 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) WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
    • Electric Vehicles and Paying for Charging ® 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 Work place charging can greatly benefit employees that live in multi-unit dwellings that may not have access to charging stations Paying 2X the home rate seems to be the upper end of acceptance UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET According to a leading supplier of networked EVSE, 79% of their work place installed chargers do NOT require payment for EV charging Complex, high-power, high-priced charging stations have low utilization when typical pricing rates (3X to 5X home rates) are in effect
    • 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 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.
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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 than 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 $10,993 Over 7 Years TCO Costs in both cases due not include installation cost which varies greatly (site specific) Charge  Vehicles  not  people  
    • Electric Vehicles and Payments for Charging ® UNDERSTAND THE COSTS (TCO) Usage  Box Input  Fields L1PP L2  Comp Average  Daily  Users 1.00                                           2.00                                   Days  in  use  per  Year 260                                             260                                       Cost  per  Charge 0.57$                                     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% Usage  per  Plug Cost  to  Operate                                   Year     0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7                                       Telefonix    L1  Power  Post                                   Capital  Costs    $      2,990                                 Installa0on  Cost                              -­‐                                     Electricity                          296                        299                        302                        305                        308                        312                        315     Maintenance                                  -­‐                                    -­‐                                    -­‐                                    -­‐                                    -­‐                            500                                -­‐         Net  Opera0ng  Costs                          296                        299                        302                        305                        308                        812                        315                                         CummulaOve  Costs    $      2,990      $      3,286      $      3,586      $      3,888      $      4,194      $      4,502      $      5,313      $      5,628                                          CompeOng  L2                                     Capital  Cost  -­‐    $      7,200                                 Installa0on  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  Opera0ng  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  Opera0ng  Costs                          195                        592                        595                        598                        601                        604                        607     CummulaOve  Costs    $      7,200      $      7,395      $      7,987      $      8,582      $      9,180      $      9,782      $10,386      $10,993    
    • Telefonix L1 PowerPost® EVSE ® Bojom  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  adop0on  to  happen  quicker,  then  this  would  speed  things  up  a  bit!       Auto  dealers  are  first  to  admit  that  a  EV  buyer  was  pondering  the  purchase  of  their  first   EV,  the  purchase  finally  came  aper  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   Level  2  can  be  used  for  shorter   charge  0me  and  reach   mul0ple  cars  or  use  a  rota0on  plan.    
    • “A  Breath  of  Fresh  Air”!    Sample  Company  Sponsorship   Thank  you  for  driving   A  clean  Air  Vehicle.   Because  of  your  efforts     we  can  all  breathe     a  lijle  easier.     The  electricity  is   compliments  of  Lowe’s.   In  return  we  ask  that  you   consider  suppor0ng  the   American  Lung  Associa0on   by  scanning  the  code  here,   or  visi0ng  LUNG.ORG   Sponsorship/Partnership/Stewardship ®
    • 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”    
    • Telefonix L1 PowerPost™ EVSE ® Solutions Before   Aper  
    • No need to Over Think, Over Power or Over Spend L1PowerPost.com