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ChargePoint has released its CT4000 series of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations - a new platform that offers a power-sharing feature allowing a single circuit to power a dual-port charging station.

The company says this technology enables fleet managers and other users to double the number of charging locations without increasing installation costs. Other advancements include "Clean Cord Technology," a self-retracting, maintenance-free, ultra-lightweight cord management system.

In addition, the CT4000 Series offers a customizable video feature on a color LCD screen, allowing station owners to run video content of their choice through ChargePoint's cloud service.

The company notes that it currently has over 12,000 EV charging points worldwide.
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