Sacramento hotel installs 26 electric vehicle charging stations

Electric Vehicle Refuel

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento celebrated its newly installed 26 electric vehicle charging stations this week.

Twenty ClipperCreek communications enabled Level 2 HCS-40 Charging Stations and six Tesla vehicle specific charging stations were installed to service hotel and parking lot guests.

This EV charging cluster is being controlled and managed by the Smart Grid Billing’s GridRabbit system which is a energy management platform geared for hotels. In addition to monitoring and controlling the power available for charging to avoid utility demand charges, the GridRabbit system also optimizes power use across other appliances at the hotel.

ClipperCreek’s Cosmos enabled EV Charging Stations can be seamlessly added to any GridRabbit management system to allow facilities to offer vehicle charging while staying within their available power budget and eliminate the concern of hitting higher electrical rate and demand tiers.


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