Renewable Properties launches new electric truck charging service in California – Charged EVs

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As fleets electrify, the demand for heavy-duty charging facilities is exploding. Renewable Properties, a developer of small-scale utility and community solar projects, is in a good position to take advantage of this opportunity, as it has considerable expertise in solar development, land acquisition and electrical infrastructure. The company has launched a new turnkey EV fleet charging service for medium- and heavy-duty truck and bus fleets.

Renewable Properties has selected global engineering and construction company Black & Veatch to design the first of its EV charging stations on land that Renewable Properties recently acquired in Vacaville, California, a busy Bay Area transportation and distribution hub. This first station will act as a model for deploying more private charging depots on the West Coast, the company said.

Charging at Renewable Properties’ depots will be offered via a charging-as-a-service agreement, with no upfront costs to fleet owners and operators. Renewable Properties will site, build, own, operate and maintain the gated depots. Each charging depot will feature reserved electrical capacity, secure yards and vehicle storage.

“The already-growing need for EV fleet charging is now more urgent with California’s new requirements for fleet electrification,” said Aaron Halimi, founder and CEO of Renewable Properties. “With our simple, straightforward charging-as-a-service solution, our work with Black & Veatch, plus our deep experience in distributed electrical infrastructure development and land acquisition, Renewable Properties is uniquely positioned to relieve fleet owners of the burden of navigating the complex implementation of EV charging infrastructure.”

Source: Renewable Properties, Commercial Carrier Journal



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