Carrier Class Group Unveils New Solar Charging Table Model

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ConnecTable Hub to be Debuted at AASHE Tradeshow

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“In all my years in the solar industry I have seen a lot of trends come and go. I know this new model will have staying power. We are excited about the possibilities in helping to create a greener future.”

Carrier Class Group, a leader in the solar charging table market, will be unveiling its latest innovation in solar charging, the ConnecTable Hub, at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education in Baltimore on October 9.

Designed as a place of central activity for anyone who needs to charge their portable devices, the Hub is a solar-powered table with 4 electrical outlets and 8 USB ports providing the capability of charging up to 150 devices per day. Equipped with 2 standard benches, the Hub seats 4 with an option to accommodate up to 8, and is ADA compliant to accommodate those with disabilities. It continues to provide power for up to three days during inclement weather and also provides shade in the daylight and LED lighting at night, thereby creating greater usability and increased safety in public spaces.

Chief Technology Officer, Jim Innes, predicts the new model will be a game changer for the solar market. “In all my years in the solar industry I have seen a lot of trends come and go. I know this new model will have staying power,” he says. “We are excited about the possibilities in helping to create a greener future.”

The Hub offers the same signature design as the ConnecTable Café model using a new concrete finish for maximum durability, and features the most powerful solar charging capabilities on the market while offering a lower price point.

“We know from experience that customers are looking at three crucial things: a table that meets sustainability goals and provides reliable service to its users; a design aesthetic that integrates seamlessly; and a price tag that is affordable. We used this information to create a more off-the-shelf, accessible solution for our customers without sacrificing great design or performance,” says Innes.

Solar charging stations are quickly becoming a fixture in outdoor spaces at universities, businesses, and public institutions nationwide. Colleges and universities in particular recognize how essential it is for students and faculty to have access to work stations where they can remain connected outside of the classroom. The ConnecTable Hub satisfies this need, while making a clear “green” statement about the benefits of using off-grid solar power.

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About Carrier Class Green Infrastructure
Carrier Class Green Infrastructure is a division of CarrierClass Group, LLC that provides businesses with innovative, off-grid solar solutions. CCGI’s ConnecTables have been engineered to reliably harness solar energy and provide truly off-grid charging for electronic devices nearly anywhere, anytime. CCGI was founded in 2008 by infrastructure entrepreneurs Jim Innes and Ian Jones. CCGI’s background includes commercial solar power purchase agreements, project feasibility analysis and development, and turnkey implementation of commercial solar PV and solar thermal projects. For press inquiries or promotional materials, please contact Sunny Dublick at 267-419-8496 or sunny(at)carrierclassgroup(dot)com. Learn more about solar charging table products at http://www.theconnectable.com.

About the AASHE Tradeshow
The AASHE (American Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) Tradeshow takes place October 9-12 in Baltimore. This year’s theme “Beyond the Campus” focuses on meeting sustainability challenges in collaborations with sectors outside of academia.

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