For a limited time, ChargePoint is offering CT2000 owners an upgrade credit of $1,250 towards the multi-vehicle CT4000 charger.
Usually, this wouldn't hit the InsideEVs radar, but since the CT2000 can only charge one vehicle at a time, while the CT4000 charges up to 2, those who take ChargePoint up on this offer could greatly increase the number of charging points in the US without the hassle of wiring for an additional charger.
We're all for upping the number of charging points with the least amount of work, so that's why we're spreading the word.
Pat Romano, President and CEO for ChargePoint, states:
“The CT4000 doubles the number of charging stations while dramatically cutting installation costs, which allows charging infrastructure to pace the accelerating electric vehicle industry. This offer is especially beneficial for early adopters who want to upgrade to our newest technology. We designed the CT4000 so that it can easily be installed at an existing charging location to minimize installation costs.”
ChargePoint further points out the following:
Thanks to the Section 30C Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit, owners of EV charging stations can take a 30 percent tax credit of up to $30,000 per location for stations purchased and installed in 2012 or 2013. It is important to act now...as the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property tax credit offer expire on December 31, 2013.
The cheapest version of the CT 4000 is $3,990, but decked-out dual-port version can cost up to $7,210. For more info on all of the CT4000 charger, follow this link to ChargePoint.