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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.
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FedEX is getting a fleet of 1,000 electric vans from Chanje EV startup
FedEX announced today its latest move to accelerate the electrification of its massive delivery vehicle fleet by securing 1,000 electric vans from Chanje.
VW is planning to build 15 million electric vehicles
UPDATE: The very premise of this piece has been shaken when Volkswagen told the original source of this report, Automotive News, that its chief executive had misstated the number of MEB vehicles it now planned to eventually build to be 50 million, not 15 million.
One Ecuadorian City Is Converting Its Entire Bus Fleet To Electric By March 2019
The transit operator in the Ecuadorian port city of Guayaquil has decided to convert its entire fleet of transit buses over to electric with the purchase of 20 of BYD’s 12-meter, 80 passenger buses.
GM, Tesla, Nissan & Others Form Coalition To Reform EV Tax Credit
Come together, right now, for EVs. Getting the various manufacturers of electric vehicles to agree on something has, in the past, been challenging.
Germany announces $1 billion investment in local battery cell production to support EV growth
The German government doesn’t like to see its local automakers rely on battery cells from Asia to build electric vehicles, which is why it announced today a 1 billion euro investment to support local battery cell production.