The move towards the electrification of vehicles was originally conceptualized more than 130 years ago.
In a joint agreement that also includes retailer Canadian Tire and Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation, ONroute and Ivy will roll out long-awaited electric vehicle DC fast chargers on Ontario’s 400-series highways — most of them by sometime next summer.
Larger footprints, more signs and prominent locations can help turn the heads of gas-powered-vehicle drivers, some executives say.
President Joe Biden said that Australian electric vehicle charging company Tritium DCFC Ltd. will build a U.S. manufacturing facility in Tennessee and that the plant would set off a “ripple effect” that benefits workers and the planet as a whole.
Money approved by Congress for electric-vehicle chargers should first build out a network on high-use corridors, federal officials say.
OCPP stands for Open Charge Point Protocol, which was originally formed in 2009 in the Netherlands and is maintained by the Open Charge Alliance.