Hypercharge selected as EV charging partner for Charger Logistics

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Hypercharge Networks Corp. (‘Hypercharge’), the smart electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions provider, has been selected to provide its solutions to fleet operator Charger Logistics Inc., an Ontario-based logistics service provider. To date, Hypercharge has delivered 10 JuiceBar Gen 3 Level 2 EV chargers to various Charger Logistics locations across Southern Ontario. 

Charger Logistics is focused on meeting the demands of a complex, interconnected world while reducing supply chain inefficiencies and waste. It provides comprehensive network coverage across the United States and Canada and offers solutions for all product sizes, weights, and sensitivities, with minimal limits. 

“With fleet electrification, a necessary transition, deployment of charging solutions should be optimized for both the present and future needs of the company,” said Chris Koch, Head of Growth & Partnerships at Hypercharge. “This means not only combining the right hardware and software, which is proactively serviced and maintained, but also ensuring that it is flexible enough to scale with the needs of the company and expand with growth.”

Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction target for the transportation sector is 12 megatonnes of carbon dioxide by 2030. Of this, Canada is aiming for seven megatonnes of emissions reductions to come from light-duty commercial vehicles by 2030, according to PwC. A similar trend is also reflected in the U.S., with a 2020 report from McKinsey predicting that the market for fleet-charging services in the U.S. could reach $15 billion by 2030. 

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