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EV Charging Infrastructure

Bringing EV Drivers to your business

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Supplying top quality EV Chargers with the best available patforms and integrations

Electrical Network Assessments and Design

Evaluation of current electrical infrastructure and design modifcations to prove the best options available for your property


Quality installation by our qualified electrical staff on time and on budget

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Electric Vehicle Growth

Electric vehicles are forecasted by the Alberta Electric Systems Operator to grow as much 2 million vehicles in Alberta alone. Why not give this growing market a place to charge bringing more customers to your door with time to kill while they charge their vehicles.
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Electric Vehicles are a big part of a sustainable future for our communities and our planet

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Solar has grown in popularity  and interest across Canada and the world without a doubt, but its greatest challenge in growth is in understanding it. We focus on commercial solar installation because the payback periods offer much better value. But … Read More

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Understanding your electricity bill and what you can do about it

Our energy bills are as certain as death and taxes but do we understand them and can we reduce them? Breaking down our electricity bill, most of the charges no matter where you live and who your retailer is will … Read More

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LED Lighting, maybe the lowest hanging fruit

When I talk to business owners about saving money on their energy costs they all love the idea. But of course they all have the same concern being cost. Running a business big or small always has the same challenge … Read More

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Why do Hotels waste so much energy and what can they do about it?

We have all been at hotels on vacation or business trips and one of the first things people do is set the thermostat to the perfect temperature for us, without considering the energy that we are not paying for. Most … Read More

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Tesla is back to ramping up Gigafactory Shanghai to new production records

Tesla is back to ramping up production at Gigafactory Shanghai. The automaker could reportedly be back to pre-shutdown level as soon as tomorrow and plans to ramp up to new records later this week. more… The post Tesla is back … Read More

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Tesla Model Y caught on fire while driving; driver claimed to have to break window to get out

An almost brand-new Tesla Model Y caught on fire after powering down while driving. The driver claimed to be stuck inside the car and had to break the window to get out. It serves as a good reminder to know … Read More

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Schwinn Coston CE electric bike review: Why don’t more e-bikes have these awesome frame lights?

Schwinn’s electric bicycle line has significantly expanded over the last couple years. When I first started riding electric Schwinns, I was largely limited to cruiser e-bikes. But with several new commuter-specific e-bikes like the Schwinn Coston CE that I recently … Read More

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Tesla’s 100-Stall Supercharger Oasis In The Mojave Desert Will Be The Largest In The US

Tesla is reportedly building a 100-stall Supercharger station. The station will be the largest station in the US to date. The location is in the Mojave Desert town of Barstow, California, around 115 miles outside of Los Angeles. It’s located … Read More

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Climate Change Will Force Big Shift in Timing, Amount of Snowmelt Across Colorado River Basin

Upper basin in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming may more closely resemble the arid Southwest by Los Alamos National Laboratory New research predicts that changes in mountain snowmelt will shift peak streamflows to much earlier in the year for the vast … Read More

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Faraday Future In Beverly Hills, Sysco Ordering 800 Electric Trucks — EV News Today

Beverly Hills gets a first, a Faraday Future Flagship Brand Experience Center. Sysco plans to purchase 800 battery electric Freightliner eCascadias. For those and a few more other stories, look at the EV news roundup below. Electric Car News Vinfast … Read More

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New Report On Solar In Schools — Interview With Generation180

In Pennsylvania, schools are embracing solar and powering a brighter future, according to a new report by Generation180. Pennsylvania is a leader in the overall energy sector — second behind Texas for total energy production and electricity generation. Serving almost … Read More

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Could Hydrogen Be The Victor In UK’s Hydrogen vs. Electric Truck Probe?

By Harry Morgan, Rethink Energy, as abridged by David Waterworth The UK government has launched a £200 million investigation into the future of its road freight. Over a three-year period, it will look to understand economic advantages of hydrogen and … Read More

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Superconductivity & Charge Density Waves Caught Intertwining at the Nanoscale

Room-temperature superconductors could transform everything from electrical grids to particle accelerators to computers — but before they can be realized, researchers need to better understand how existing high-temperature superconductors work. Now, researchers from the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator … Read More

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Electric Bike Maintenance: What I’ve Learned In 8 Years (Avoid The Mistakes I’ve Made)

The poor UW–Madison professor with 6 kids (my father) had to be very frugal. Somehow, he got to know Mr. Schwinn, the president of the Schwinn bike company, and it was a rite of passage for each of the kids … Read More

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