TGEP company in Illinois becomes exclusive distributor for clipper creek chargers

TGEP located in Crest Hill, IL was picked up by Clipper Creek to there exclusive distributor for the Midwest region. TGEP will provide discounted rates for installing the EV chargers

TGEP located in Crest Hill Illinois has been converting existing vehicles into electric vehicles for quite some time. The company has now expanded into supplying EV products for the Midwest customer. The company was picked up by Clipper Creek for being an exclusive dealer to Clipper Creek chargers in the Midwest region. Clipper Creek chargers have a very unique market for chargers. They have American made Level 2 chargers retailing at 499 a piece which beats lot of other competitors of EV chargers.


Speaking at the alternate energy symposium for EV charging Tony from TGEP said the company has installers which assist with installing EV chargers at a cheap discounted rate. Illinois has become a electric vehicle selling zone. Illinois is seeing an increased awareness of electric vehicle and customers are actually willingly to try electric vehicle for a change.

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