LEAN & MEAN BY MICHAEL KENT A straightforward look at the EVSE market from the charging pioneers at ClipperCreek
n a charging station industry filled with multinational conglomerates and 100-year-old automotive suppliers, the independent company ClipperCreek stands out. Relatively speaking, it has had a long history in the EVSE industry - a history that has shaped some definite views of the marketplace. The three co-founders - Jason France, David Packard and Michael Rogers - have been designing and selling electric car charging equipment for over 19 years. They first shipped products in August 1994 from their original EVSE company EVI, which operated until 2003 when the EV market went away. “We just kind of hid in the mud for a while,” said Packard, now ClipperCreek’s President.