ClipperCreek launches 64 Amp EVSE for Home and Commercial Use

ClipperCreek, Inc. recently added the HCS-80, a 64 Amp Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) to its HCS line, which delivers up to 15.4 kW of power. This powerful and durable charging station is perfect for EV drivers and fleet operators wanting to “future-proof” their electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Starting at $969, this is the best valued 64 Amp commercial grade EV charging solution on the market today.

The trend for new electric vehicles increasing battery size and driving range on a single charge continues. “As electric vehicle range increases, the vehicle’s ability to accept power at a higher rate is increasing as well,” said Will Barrett, Director of Sales at ClipperCreek, “the HCS-80 offers users more power to get vehicles charged and back on the road faster. The HCS-80 is perfect for fleets, homeowners and businesses who want to install an economical and powerful station that will serve them now and for future generations of electric vehicles.”

This 240 Volt, Level 2 electric vehicle charging station is rated for both indoor and outdoor use. Serving residential and commercial markets, the HCS-80 features ClipperCreek’s “best in class” standard product features, such as a 3-year warranty, a durable and fully sealed NEMA 4 station enclosure, and 25 feet of charge cable. The HCS-80 also supports circuit sharing and restricted access charging when paired with ClipperCreek Share2 or ChargeGuard add-ons.

The HCS-80 is compatible with all plug-in vehicles available today. With 64 Amps available for charging, the HCS-80 is perfect for vehicles that can take advantage of higher power charging. ClipperCreek products are made in the USA, compatible with every vehicle, and NRTL electrical safety certified.

There has been an increasing demand for durable, reliable, high-powered stations, especially from our fleet customers,” said Jason France, Founder and President of ClipperCreek. “A 64 Amp charging station strikes a great balance between station capacity and electrical infrastructure requirements to deliver our customers high-speed charging at the best possible value.”

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