Coulomb Technologies, a company that provides EV charging station infrastructure, has installed Level II ChargePoint Networked charging stations for plug-in and electric vehicles (EVs) in the City of Hillsboro, Oregon.

Coulomb has set up 13 Level II charging stations at the city’s new intermodal transit facility and an additional one Level II station at the Hillsboro Civic Center, with two more expected to be completed by the end of October, 2010.

Coulomb’s CT2100 family of charging stations are dual output stations, including 7.2kW output that delivers Level II (208/240V at 30A) charging via standard SAE J1772 connector and 2kW output, providing Level I (120V/16A) charging via a standard NEMA 5-20 receptacle.

All drivers of plug-in vehicles can have access to Coulomb’s ChargePoint Network by making a toll free call to a 24/7 number on each charging station, designed for public outdoor applications and installed and maintained by Charge Northwest, Coulomb’s northwest distributor.

ChargePoint Network provides information on the charging status by SMS text or email notification, location of unoccupied charging stations via smart phones and includes smart grid integration with built-in utility grade metering, time of use pricing and demand response control.

Coulomb Technologies CEO Richard Lowenthal said that the company is proud to continue this relationship with the first ever Level II charging stations in the state.

“As more and more EVs are introduced in Oregon cities like Hillsboro will be EV ready with the necessary infrastructure to fuel these zero-emission vehicles,” Lowenthal said.