ShorePower Technologies originated from the TSE (Truck Stop Electrification) pilot project launched by the state of New York with the support of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. ShorePower’s EV charging infrastructure are focused on connecting high traffic truck stop/parking spaces to the electrical grid.
Watch the launch of ShorePower EV Level 2 charging station in December 2010 in the video below:
All ShorePower EV charging stations are optimized for parking area use with backlit outlets and weather-resistant stainless steel frame. ShorePower EV charging stations are capable of charging up to four vehicles via its Level 1 standard 120V 20A outlets featuring NEMA 5-20R rating. ShorePower stations are upgradeable to Level 2 chargers with SAE J1772 cable. The company offers energy and time monitoring, remote on/off control, payment options, and automatic evening globe lighting.
ShorePower EV charging stations are available in Wall Charger and Pedestal Charger Units:
- Wall Charger Station – 40 lbs., 20 in. tall x 16 in. wide x 9 in. deep.
- Pedestal Charger Station – approximately 100 lbs., 87 in. tall x 18 in. wide x 10.5 in. deep.
The charging stations provide 208 to 240 V at 60A power service, with 100A required for future upgrade. Non-utility grade metering is available for any unit with utility metering outfitting options. Payment systems are available through industrial outdoor card reader to accept major credit/ debit cards. Other proprietary cards such as fleet and employee cards are also acceptable.
Other optional features include Web-based reporting and monitoring system on energy consumption, access log, billing, etc. ShorePower EV charging stations can connect to the ShorePower network via wireless, cellular, and Ethernet connectivity. Check out the full technical specifications of Shorepower EV charging stations here.
For more information about owner and truck fleet advantages that ShorePower offers, visit here.