PEP Stations, LLC to Aid Businesses with the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit

LogoPEP Stations announced today that it will help businesses receive the Federal Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit.

Jim Blain Speaking at NextEnergy Center in Detroit

LogoThe President of PEP Stations, LLC will be giving a presentation about the benefits of installing electric car charging stations at commercial properties and the features that business owners should look for when considering a charging station.

Electric Car Owners Facing Charger Congestion

LogoThe rapidly increasing number of electric and hybrid cars on the road has begun to create logjams at plug-in sites and has created a nationwide need for more electric vehicle charging stations.

PEP Stations Featured at 2013 NADA Convention

LogoPEP Stations, a designer and manufacturer of electric vehicle charging stations, was featured at the 2013 National Automobile Dealers Association Convention and Expo February 9th to 11th.

PEP Stations Receives ETL Certification for the PS1500 Electric Vehicle Charging Station

LogoPEP Stations LLC, a provider of premium electric car charging stations is pleased to announce that its PEP Stations PS1500, a dual Level 2 commercial electric car charging station, has achieved ETL certification from Intertek, a nationally recognized testing laboratory. The PS1500 conforms to UL Stds. 2231-1and 2231-2 and UL Subject 2594 in the US and is certified to CAN/CSA Standard C22.2 No. 107-01 in Canada.

PEP Stations to Install Electric Charge Stations at New Maui Resort

LogoPEP Stations, a leader in electric car charging stations, will be installing charge stations at the new Hyatt Andaz in Wailea on the island of Maui. The resort is set to open in 2013.

New Plug-in Autos Will Require Additional Charging Infrastructure

LogoWith the Los Angeles auto show this past weekend, dozens of new hybrid, electric and hybrid vehicles were displayed to the public for the coming calendar year. These vehicles will put an even greater strain on the commercial charging infrastructure and will likely require a better effort from businesses to invest in more charging stations.