EVs require charging in order to maintain sufficient power to operate, much like a mobile phone. EV charging is the process of supplying power to the vehicle’s battery using EV charging equipment.
To charge an EV, a charging station connects to the power grid. Electric vehicle supply equipment is the formal name for EV charging stations (EVSE). EV owners have the option of charging at home, in public, or at their place of employment.
In Canada, In order to swiftly close the gaps between regions where EV owners could drive with confidence, networks on both the national and provincial levels were working on extensive EV charging expansion initiatives.
The Canada EV Charger Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
As part of its effort to invest more extensively in electric vehicles, General Motors intends to set up a few thousand charging stations across Canada.
The business claims that in addition to GM dealerships, the charging stations will also be put in place at a number of other workplaces, apartment buildings, places of sports and entertainment, and colleges and institutions.
Anyone with an electric car, not only those with one made by GM, will be allowed to use the charging stations.
The owner of the Electric Circuit EV charging network, Hydro-Québec, and FLO, a subsidiary of AddEnergie, are excited to announce their greatest partnership to date.
Recently, Hydro-Québec chose FLO to deliver Level 2 chargers to the Electric Circuit. Making this FLO’s biggest deal since its founding and solidifying the positive connection between both sides.
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