ChargePoint Home Charger Pricing: $499 To $749

Interesting, Others | July 7th, 2015 by 3
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ChargePoint has just released pricing information for its residential CharegPoint Home EVSE. Pricing starts at $499 and goes up to $749, depending on configuration. “ChargePoint …

ChargePoint has just released pricing information for its residential CharegPoint Home EVSE. Pricing starts at $499 and goes up to $749, depending on configuration.

“ChargePoint Home delivers the same seamless charging experience ChargePoint users have come to count on at work and around town – and now it’s conveniently available in a driver’s own garage,” said ChargePoint CEO Pasquale Romano. “A Wi-Fi enabled, networked, EV charging station gives drivers freedom by allowing them to remotely start, schedule and set reminders for charging, all through their mobile app.”

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ChargePoint Home’s price varies based on power level, installation type and cord length. The station is available as a 32 amp station that can deliver a maximum of 25 miles of Range Per Hour (RPH), or a 16 amp station that can deliver a maximum of 12 RPH. Cords are available in 12, 18, and 25 feet. The station can be installed either indoors or outdoors, is available in a plug or hardwired version, and has a universal J1772™ connector that is compatible with all EVs on the road today.

ChargePoint Home is integrated with a driver’s ChargePoint account so they can see residential, public and workplace charging via their mobile app. Drivers can also view their energy usage and how many miles they’ve added during a charging session depending on their car. Plus ChargePoint Home works with Nest so drivers can save on energy costs.

Sales of ChargePoint Home will begin this Summer on Amazon.com.

3 responses to “ChargePoint Home Charger Pricing: $499 To $749”

  1. CDspeed says:

    It looks nice, and it looks really small, but I really don’t need it to have wifi connectivity. I can already affect my i3’s charging with the i remote app, so I don’t need two apps that do the same thing. Plus I wonder if they’d monitor your charging habits without you knowing about it

  2. Dutchy says:

    I like the connected feature because I share my home charger with my wife and it’s nice to see if she’s charging while I’m on my way home so I can get a charge near my home if needed –
    I also like that I can set a schedule on this unit – that means I can turn off my cars schedule feature – i’ve had to turn my car scheduling off in public many times it’s a pain right in the ass
    and for the price to have the Wi-Fi connection is great because I had a dealer quote me 1100 for another company’s charger so this is by far a lot cheaper and you get more

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