Tellus Power Introduces a New Electric Vehicle Charging Station Line

Tellus Power introduced several models of networked Level 2 electric car charging stations. The stations are ETL certified, offer lower cost of operation and a convenient financing model.

Irvine, California November 05, 2013

Tellus Power today introduced a new electric vehicle (EV) charging station line for the US market. The new chargers feature a modern and durable design, low cost network and a convenient financing model. The stations are perfectly suited for use in retail and office parking garages. The chargers can also be used for fueling EV fleet or car rental companies.

"We have studied the market very closely and are introducing a product that is very much needed in the industry," said Bill Wang, CEO of Tellus Power. "Our commitment to quality, design and installation process manifested itself in a great line of EV charging stations that will alleviate many concerns in the industry," added Mr. Wang.

Tellus Power's solution for the US market is built on four key components: great design, durability, low cost network and convenient financing options. The electric car charging station line includes networked Level 2, a Combo Level 1/Level 2, and Dual Level 2 chargers. The charging line allows hosts and fleet operators to configure stations according to their needs, either the dual Level 2 to accommodate two EVs at a time or a combo Level 1/Level 2 to support legacy EVs, electric motorcycles, and e-scooters. All units are ETL certified and conform to the highest safety standards. Close to 80 charge connections have been installed, field tested and operational in Houston and Austin, TX as well as Canada since 2011, both equipment and the network have proven to be durable and reliable.

The entire charging station line is equipped with a display that allows easy driver interaction. Additional functions such as user access authorization and subsequent cashless billing via text messaging are readily available.

Tellus Power offers end-to-end solutions and services including a commercial Level 2, network management system, solar integrated charging systems, and analytical applications. The company also has a dedicated R&D and Testing Services wing exclusively for the EV charging industry. Tellus Power provides Complete Financing Services internally through its unique Extended Arm engagement model that gives customers the opportunity to reduce the initial investment and total cost of ownership.

With the entire EV infrastructure and network product suite in its portfolio of offerings, Tellus Power will assist the EV industry to build, run and grow their infrastructure.

About Tellus Power

Tellus Power is a fast growing EV infrastructure manufacturing company with a wide range of product and services. The company has developed deep expertise in the EV infrastructure market, backed by industry proven best practices in electronics manufacturing. Tellus Power is an affiliate company of Tusai Holdings, a privately owned company headquartered in Hong Kong. The Tusai Group has outstanding technological expertise available to Tellus Power. Its sister companies STGCON and Asola Technologies bring a wide-ranging portfolio that extends from super capacitors and quick re-chargeable energy storage to the most advanced 3D curved solar technology which is used by BMW, Audi, and Fisker. Tellus Power is headquartered in Irvine, CA and leverages more than 300 thousand square feet of manufacturing facilities in Asia and Europe to mass produce EV charging stations.

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