GHG Emissions, Sourcing Renewables - February 12, 2020
Volvo Trucks begins installation of EV charging infrastructure
Volvo Trucks has begun the installation of charging infrastructure for a fleet of electrified commercial trucks, which is being implemented in partnership with Greenlots, a member of the Shell Group.
This round of heavy-duty fleet charging stations will be the first of four installations by Greenlots at Southern California warehouses.
Currently, Greenlots has installed two 50kW DC fast chargers at the TEC Equipment Warehouse in Fontana, Calif., both of which are fully operational. Next up in an additional installation of a 150 kW DC fast charger next month.
"We're excited to be part of the development of a battery-electric transport eco-system along with our Volvo LIGHTS project partners," Peter Voorhoeve, president of Volvo Trucks North America, said in a statement. "This project is unique in the sense of its scope, and that it takes into account the entire system, with the charging infrastructure provided by Greenlots being one of the key components to this transport solution."
The Greenlots’ SKY EV Charging Network Software allows the Volvo fleet and charging stations to be managed while balancing grid demand and supply grid operators with the tools to integrate EVs and renewables into the grid.
This initiative is part of Volvo’s LIGHTS commitment of achieving a goal of zero emissions in California.
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