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1 Electric Fuel Infrastructure Presentation (Utah Clean Cities Coaliton) EPAct Fleet Workshop Coulomb Technologies, Inc. Eric Shieh

2 Company Profile Coulomb Technologies, Inc. Coulomb Technologies, Inc. Started company in 2007 Started company in 2007 World wide deployments >1000 stations sold to over 130 different customers World wide deployments >1000 stations sold to over 130 different customers Networked Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and Infrastructure. Networked Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and Infrastructure. OEM agreements: Leviton, Siemens OEM agreements: Leviton, Siemens

3 FUEL Glossary EVSE - Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment EVSE - Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment NEC - National Electrical Code (Article 625) NEC - National Electrical Code (Article 625) UL - Underwriters Laboratories (UL 2594) UL - Underwriters Laboratories (UL 2594) kWh – kilo Watt hours kWh – kilo Watt hours Level 1 - A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to the most commonly available grounded electrical outlet (NEMA 5-20) with power levels rated at less than or equal to 120 VAC/20 amps. Level 1 - A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to the most commonly available grounded electrical outlet (NEMA 5-20) with power levels rated at less than or equal to 120 VAC/20 amps. Level 2 – A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to permanently wired EVSE with a specialized connector (SAE J1772) with power levels rated at less than or equal to 240 VAC/80 amps. Level 2 – A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to permanently wired EVSE with a specialized connector (SAE J1772) with power levels rated at less than or equal to 240 VAC/80 amps. Level 3 – A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to permanently wired EVSE with DC (direct current) service with power levels rated in the VDC range and a three-phase circuit. Level 3 – A charging method that allows an EV to be connected to permanently wired EVSE with DC (direct current) service with power levels rated in the VDC range and a three-phase circuit.

4 Why Electricity as a Transportation Fuel Zero tail pipe emissions Zero tail pipe emissions Greening of the Grid Greening of the Grid 3.4 Tons of GHG saved versus gasoline engine 3.4 Tons of GHG saved versus gasoline engine Lower vehicle maintenance costs Lower vehicle maintenance costs $0.02 per mile vs $0.13 per mile $0.02 per mile vs $0.13 per mile Existing grid Infrastructure is the foundation of the fuel delivery mechanism Existing grid Infrastructure is the foundation of the fuel delivery mechanism Political will- Federal/State Grants Political will- Federal/State Grants

5 Electric Fuel Pricing Components Utilities set pricing that station owners pay Utilities set pricing that station owners pay Pricing regulated by regional PUCs Pricing regulated by regional PUCs Historically slow pricing changes versus gasoline prices Historically slow pricing changes versus gasoline prices Host (station owner) can set end user pricing Host (station owner) can set end user pricing 4-5 miles per kWh 4-5 miles per kWh

6 Fueling Infrastructure Options Where will people charge? Self-sustaining business model. Smart-grid enabled to protect grid.

7 Fueling Infrastructure Options

8 Charging Stations Software Application Services Network Support Services  CT1000  CT2000  CT2100  CT500  CT1500  CT2500  CT3000  Station Manager  Flex Billing Manager  Fleet Manager  Service Manager  Energy Manager  Network Standard Service o 24/7 Driver Toll-Free Telephone Support o Network Operation o Flex Billing Service o Station Manager

9 The ONLY UL Listed Intelligent Charging Station CT2100

10 Example ROI Fueling Infrastructure Rate/hr.Time (hrs)Session Fee Host cost to a driver$2.003$6.00 Host's electricity costs for a 3 hour charge dispensing 9Kw$.2 /kWh3 kW/hr$1.80 Session Authorization Fee$0.50 Session Processing Fee$0.45 Host's net income per Charge Session $3.25 Drivers Cost per 3 hr charge 5 mi/kWh $0.13 Approximate cost of ChargePoint Station $6, Approximate cost of Installation (can vary greatly)$5, yr. Extended Warranty$1, Federal 50% Tax Credit (IRS form 8911) on System and Install-$5, Total Capital Cost per Station $6, Annual Session Fee Income (2.5 charges/day) $2, Pay back period (Years) 2.3

11 San Francisco, CA PHEV Prius Fleet

12 Sonoma County, CA PHEV Prius Fleet

13 Fleet Manager Software Great tool for Fleet Managers Great tool for Fleet Managers Check Out/Check In of cars Check Out/Check In of cars Notification if car returned/ plugged in and when Notification if car returned/ plugged in and when Battery charging status Battery charging status Reporting : Reporting : Start/stop time & duration, kWh, Driver, Vehicle, GHG emission savings, gasoline savings Start/stop time & duration, kWh, Driver, Vehicle, GHG emission savings, gasoline savings

14 Fleet Manager Software

15 UK Installation

16 Questions ??? ???

17 Thank You Eric Shieh Eric Shieh Director, Channel/Business Development M: (408) V: F:


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