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You've done it! You've decided to buy a charging station. And what if it also made you money? The Hilo intelligent solution for electric vehicle charging is an ingenious tool that lets you optimize your electricity consumption and relieve the strain on the power grid, while accumulating cash rewards. Here's how it works.
Thanks to Hilo and its electric vehicle (EV) charging solution, you can make an important ecological gesture simply by charging your EV during off-peak hours. What's more, you'll be helping to lighten the load on the power grid.
Thanks to connected devices such as smart thermostats, wall outlets and compatible EV charging stations, Hydro-Québec's Hilo smart home service lets you better manage your electricity consumption. What's more, it rewards you monetarily when you succeed in its energy reduction challenges.
The growing number of electric vehicles (EVs) is increasing the number of users charging their cars simultaneously. This increases the demand on the already overstretched electrical grid, especially in winter.
The Hilo solution lets you earn cash rewards for completing challenges during peak periods.
Simply add your compatible terminal to the Hilo app and you're ready to go.
Every winter, during periods of high demand, Hilo launches energy reduction challenges.
It's simple: the more you participate, the more cash rewards you earn - an average of $140 per customer per winter.
- Gathering information quickly from colleagues;
- Going away for the day;
- Alternating telecommuting;
- Transferring business calls;
- Conference calls;
- Add phone numbers for new recruits...
All this can be done, almost at the same time!
IP telephony gives a company enormous flexibility and independence over its telephone system.
At UBIK, managing your business communications has never been easier.
Virtual receptionist, business-to-cell number transfer, phone system via a computer-based platform (softphone)... Everything is set up to meet your needs, with no obligation.
Is your corporate structure changing? The client-access telephone platform lets you add, delete or modify your users as you see fit, as well as other aspects of your IP system.
Still not convinced that this is the easiest telephony solution? Get in touch with us, and we'll be happy to help you get started!
GenZe 200 series electric bicycle is a well built and fun commuter bike
I’ve had a GenZe 200 series electric bicycle for about six months now. That’s given me a lot of time to get to know the e-bike inside and out, become accustomed to its technology, and see what makes this thing tick. And after all that time, I can give the GenZe e-bike two thumbs up!
Jeep Wrangler PHEV Spied For The First Time
The Jeep Wrangler is about to go green, and these spy shots catch the upcoming plug-in hybrid's development on public roads for the first time. Jeep has already confirmed the PHEV's arrival for the 2020 model year, and we could see the debut at an auto show before the end of the year.
Why you won’t want Trudeau’s $5,000 EV rebate
If the current Trudeau regime has proven anything, it’s that the acorn really doesn’t fall far from the tree. Ballooning deficits? Check. Self-centred smugness? Oh, yes! A certain fondness for tossing Alberta’s economy under the bus? It almost seems programmed into their DNA.
Smile! You’re on Volvo’s privacy-invading cameras
First, they came for my speed, and I didn’t care. Then, they came to install cameras so they could watch me drive, and I revolted.