Based in Livonia, Michigan, PEP (Plug-in Electric Power) Stations was conceived as a result of one tenant’s request at an office building in the Metro Detroit area. The tenant, a supplier for GM, needed a place to charge a Chevy Volt while at work. James Blain, the architect and award-winning designer of James Blain & Associates, was asked to create a commercial electric vehicle charging station to meet the needs of both the property owner and the tenant. The property owner’s requirements fell into the following four design principles: 1) Identifiable, 2) Indestructible, 3) Inexpensive, and 4) User-friendly. This led to the founding of PEP Stations.
Our electric car recharge stations are represented by Hubbell Incorporated (http://www.hubbell-wiring.com/electricvehicle.aspx
). Hubbell Incorporated is an international manufacturer of top-quality electronic and electrical products for a wide range of residential and non-residential construction, utility and industrial applications. With revenues of $2.5 billion in 2010, Hubbell Incorporated operates highly productive manufacturing facilities in the United States and around the world. The corporate headquarters is located in Shelton, Connecticut, USA.
PEP Stations are serviced and monitored by Diebold, Incorporated (www.diebold.com), a worldwide leader in the field of integrated self-service delivery and security services and systems. Diebold employs over 6,500 service technicians across the globe and approximately 16,000 associates with representation in almost ninety countries, and the company is headquartered in Canton, Ohio, USA.