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Workplace Charging Works
Our simple, economical, unique solution
WORKPLACE CHARGING IMPACT - explained in these slides:
Recently	
  the	
  Department	
  of	
  Energy's	
  "Workplace	
  Ch...
WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY
“An	
  analysis	
  by	
  Plug	
  In	
  America	
  suggests	
  that	
  the	
  least	
  expensive...
Where do you want your employees to park?
WHERE
SMOKING?	
   NON	
  SMOKING?	
  OR	
  
Lets locate chargers where the cars are parked
WHERE
Commercial
electric vehicle
charging
infrastructure
needed to support...
WORKPLACE CHARGING IMPACT
WHERE
93% of commuters travel less than 35 miles to work
78% of commuters travel less than 20 miles
EV drivers typically l...
WHERE
WORKPLACE: Commuter Distances
National Household Travel Survey, US Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transport...
WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY – Common Cent$!
It’s	
  a	
  benefit	
  that	
  aFracts	
  
and	
  retains	
  talent!	
  
If	
  ...
TAKE ACTION
More functionality built in to an EVSE adds costs –
both up front and ongoing that are difficult to recover
Cr...
TAKE ACTION
It is less expensive to provide free EV charging with two L1 PowerPost EV
Chargers than to charge users for el...
WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY
Charging	
  Behavior	
  	
  
	
  
Ø In	
  2012,	
  SAE	
  Interna;onal	
  (Smart,	
  2012)	
  ...
TAKE ACTION
WHY POWERPOST EVSE?
Retractable cord reel technology
Low energy usage
Customization and branding
Simple instal...
TAKE ACTION
L1 POWERPOST EV CHARGER: The Simple Solution
L1 PowerPost ™ EVSE
Level 1
120vac/16 amps
Only $1,495.00 ea.
5 m...
TAKE ACTION
L2 POWERPOST EV CHARGER: The Simple Solution
L2 PowerPost ™ EVSE
Level 2
208-240vac/14 amps
Only $1,795.00 ea....
WORKPLACE: Recent Installs
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and
Science // North Chicago, ILMelink Corporation, //...
PUBLIC: Recent Installs
Denver
International
Airport (DEN)
Reno-Tahoe International Airport
(RNO)
Cincinnati/Northern
Kent...
CONTACT US
Bill Williams
Head of North American Sales
EVSE Division
Telefonix, Inc.
bwilliams@telefonixinc.com
PowerPostEV...
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Recently the Department of Energy's "Workplace Charging Challenge" survey of employers that offer workplace charging, revealed that employees that are offered charging at work are 20 times more likely to drive a Plugin Electric Vehicle. The survey also showed that 80% of these employees offered this as a benefit to retain and attacked talented modern workforce. Since 78% of commuters drive 20 miles or less to work, replenishing this amount of electricity is consistent and equals the cost of a cup of coffee in the break-room. This means that companies don't need to install $5000, high powered, fast, communicating, chargers. Many willing companies are getting discouraged by these industry practices. Simple level 1 charger or the lower powered Level 2, like the Telefonix PowerPostEVSE product line, is a simple, safe and practical solution.

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Workplace charging works! So lets make it simple!

  1. 1. Workplace Charging Works Our simple, economical, unique solution
  2. 2. WORKPLACE CHARGING IMPACT - explained in these slides: Recently  the  Department  of  Energy's  "Workplace  Charging  Challenge"  survey  of  employers   that  offer  workplace  charging,  revealed  that:   1.  Employees  that  are  offered  charging  at  work  are  20  ;mes  more  likely  to  drive  a  Plugin   Electric  Vehicle.     2.  The  survey  also  showed  that  80%  of  these  employees  offered  this  as  a  benefit  to  retain   and  aFract  a  talented  modern  workforce,  by  not  charging  their  employees.   According  to  the  US  Department  of  TransportaDon,  Bureau  of  TransportaDon  (2014)   1.  Since  78%  of  commuters  drive  20  miles  or  less  to  work,  replenishing  this  amount  of   electricity  is  consistent  and  equals  the  cost  of  a  cup  of  coffee  in  the  break-­‐room.     2.  This  means  that  companies  don't  need  to  install  $5000,  higher  powered,  faster,   communica;ng,  chargers.  Many  willing  companies  are  gePng  discouraged  by  these   industry  prac;ces  and  prices.  Simple  level  1  chargers  or  the  lower  powered  Level  2,  like   the  Telefonix  PowerPostEVSE  product  line,  is  a  simple,  safe  and  prac;cal  solu;on.  
  3. 3. WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY “An  analysis  by  Plug  In  America  suggests  that  the  least  expensive  Level  1   chargers  are  the  best  use  of  company  resources,  because  most  employees   won’t  be  moving  their  cars  during  the  normal  work  day  and  a  Level  1  charger   can  replenish  most  if  not  all  EV  baFeries  in  that  ;me.  An  addi;onal   considera;on  is  that  if  each  EV  has  its  own  Level  1  unit,  employees  will  not   need  to  leave  their  work  place  to  move  their  car  during  the  day.     Level  2  chargers  are  roughly  twice  as  fast  as  Level  1  equipment,  but  that  extra   speed  may  be  unnecessary  during  a  typical  workday”...     ecomento.com   Published  Jan.  29,  2015   News/Media  Website    
  4. 4. Where do you want your employees to park? WHERE SMOKING?   NON  SMOKING?  OR  
  5. 5. Lets locate chargers where the cars are parked WHERE Commercial electric vehicle charging infrastructure needed to support the growing EV market 49% HOME 36% WORK 15% PUBLIC Bureau of Labor Statistics, American Time Use Survey Office buildings Commercial campuses Education facilities Parking garages Hotels Airports Train Stations Theaters Casinos Malls (not libraries, fast food, or Walgreens)
  6. 6. WORKPLACE CHARGING IMPACT
  7. 7. WHERE 93% of commuters travel less than 35 miles to work 78% of commuters travel less than 20 miles EV drivers typically leave home fully charged WORKPLACE: Commuter Distances National Household Travel Survey, US Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (2014) Distance Traveled One-Way from Home to Work 29% 22% 17% 10% 7% 5% 8%3%
  8. 8. WHERE WORKPLACE: Commuter Distances National Household Travel Survey, US Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (2014) EXAMPLE - Distance Traveled One-Way from Home to Work = 20 miles 29% 22% 17% 10% 7% 5% 8% WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW   •  A  typical  U.S.  electricity  cost  is  $0.10/kWh.   •  The  Nissan  Leaf  goes  about  80  miles  with  a  24  kWh  baFery.       •  Therefore,  20  miles  uses  about  6  kWh.   •  The  energy  cost  to  recoup  20  miles  is  about  60  cents:                          6  kWh  x  $0.10/kWh  =  $0.60  
  9. 9. WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY – Common Cent$! It’s  a  benefit  that  aFracts   and  retains  talent!   If  you  have  to  charge   consider  a  flat  payroll   deduc;on  
  10. 10. TAKE ACTION More functionality built in to an EVSE adds costs – both up front and ongoing that are difficult to recover Credit Card Readers and Network Connections Adds more than $800 per unit, as well as fees and contracts The single most common cause of EVSE outages Integrated Electricity Metering Energy metering can be easily accomplished outside of the EVSE for a fraction of the cost Expected vs. Actual electricity costs can be determined to reset employee rates if needed KEEP IT SIMPLE – Don’t scare away employers ELECTRIC VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT
  11. 11. TAKE ACTION It is less expensive to provide free EV charging with two L1 PowerPost EV Chargers than to charge users for electricity with a networked EVSE. PAYMENTS FOR CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLES & TCO in both cases do not include installation cost which varies greatly (site specific) Based on rates from the leading supplier of networked EV charging stations $10,993 $5,628 Cost of EV Charging Over 7 Years Networked with payment Non-networked (free) LEVEL 2 LEVEL 1
  12. 12. WORKPLACE CHARGING REALITY Charging  Behavior       Ø In  2012,  SAE  Interna;onal  (Smart,  2012)  published  a  report  that   looked  into  details  of  how  EV  owners  charge  their  EVs.       Ø The  study  found  that  92%  of  EV  owners  charge  a  minimum  of  one   ;me  per  day  and  82%  of  the  charging  occurred  at  the  owner’s   home.  Only  18%  of  the  owners  charge  their  EVs  at  public  loca;ons,   and  these  are  mainly  work  locaDons  with  extended  parking   periods.    
  13. 13. TAKE ACTION WHY POWERPOST EVSE? Retractable cord reel technology Low energy usage Customization and branding Simple installation Energy theft protection ADA Compliant SIMPLE. ECONOMICAL. UNIQUE.
  14. 14. TAKE ACTION L1 POWERPOST EV CHARGER: The Simple Solution L1 PowerPost ™ EVSE Level 1 120vac/16 amps Only $1,495.00 ea. 5 miles or more range added per hour 4-8 hours at work = 20-40 miles of range recovered at work
  15. 15. TAKE ACTION L2 POWERPOST EV CHARGER: The Simple Solution L2 PowerPost ™ EVSE Level 2 208-240vac/14 amps Only $1,795.00 ea. 10 miles or more range added per hour 4-8 hours at work = 40-80 miles of range recovered at work
  16. 16. WORKPLACE: Recent Installs Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science // North Chicago, ILMelink Corporation, // Milford, Ohio
  17. 17. PUBLIC: Recent Installs Denver International Airport (DEN) Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, NC (GSO) Hotel Hotel Casino Casino Casino Casino
  18. 18. CONTACT US Bill Williams Head of North American Sales EVSE Division Telefonix, Inc. bwilliams@telefonixinc.com PowerPostEVSE.com Telefonix,  Inc.  is  a  proud  partner  with  the  U.S.  Department  of  Energy  
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    Feb. 22, 2015
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    Jan. 7, 2015
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    Nov. 24, 2014
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    Nov. 22, 2014

Recently the Department of Energy's "Workplace Charging Challenge" survey of employers that offer workplace charging, revealed that employees that are offered charging at work are 20 times more likely to drive a Plugin Electric Vehicle. The survey also showed that 80% of these employees offered this as a benefit to retain and attacked talented modern workforce. Since 78% of commuters drive 20 miles or less to work, replenishing this amount of electricity is consistent and equals the cost of a cup of coffee in the break-room. This means that companies don't need to install $5000, high powered, fast, communicating, chargers. Many willing companies are getting discouraged by these industry practices. Simple level 1 charger or the lower powered Level 2, like the Telefonix PowerPostEVSE product line, is a simple, safe and practical solution.

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