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Schneider opens large electric truck charging depot in Southern California

Multimodal transportation provider Schneider National has completed an electric charging depot at its South El Monte Intermodal Operations Center in Southern California. The depot will power the company’s battery-electric truck fleet, which will include nearly 100 Freightliner eCascadias by year’s end. The 4,900-square-foot charging site, which was designed and built in cooperation with Black &… Read more »

Logistics firm Schneider to add 100 Class 8 electric trucks to its fleet

Schneider, a provider of transportation, intermodal and logistics services, says it will soon begin taking delivery of nearly 100 Class 8 battery-electric vehicles at its intermodal operations in Southern California. The company’s first Freightliner eCascadia, manufactured by Daimler in Portland, Oregon, is set to roll off the line. Schneider plans to acquire an additional 30… Read more »

Schneider Electric acquires EV Connect

Charging solution provider EV Connect has been acquired by energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric. Along with the current management team, CEO and founder Jordan Ramer will continue to lead EV Connect’s operations as a distinct subsidiary. EV Connect was established in 2010, and currently serves customers across 41 US states. “At Schneider Electric,… Read more »

Schneider’s new end-to-end EV solution integrates charging with building energy management

Energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric has launched a new EV charging solution designed to make buildings smarter and more sustainable while adding EV charging infrastructure. EcoStruxure for eMobility is an end-to-end connected solution that’s designed to help manage a building’s power usage to ensure efficiency and reliability. It includes three main elements: EVlink… Read more »

Schneider Electric and EverCharge collaborate on EV charging in multi-unit buildings

Schneider Electric, a specialist in energy management and automation, and EverCharge, a provider of EV charging solutions, have announced a collaboration that aims to accelerate the build-out of EV charging infrastructure in multi-unit buildings such as apartments, condominiums and office buildings. One of the challenges of adding EV charging stations to multi-tenant facilities is sharing… Read more »

Schneider and ChargePoint announce new cloud-connected charging station

Schneider Electric, in collaboration with ChargePoint, has introduced a new cloud-connected version of its EVlink charging station. Features include: access to the ChargePoint network; data reporting that can be used to analyze driver usage patterns by time intervals, station attributes or energy usage; and built-in demand response that allows owners to monitor and manage energy load…. Read more »

Miller Electric breaks ground on new Electric Vehicle Innovation Design Center in Florida

Miller Electric, a US electrical and technology contractor and provider of EV solutions, has begun construction of a new facility in Jacksonville, Florida, called the Electric Vehicle Innovation Design Center (EVIDC). The EVIDC will house a diverse array of EV and microgrid technologies, including seven DC fast chargers and four Level 2 chargers from multiple… Read more »

Eaton continues e-mobility expansion in Europe

Power management company Eaton is continuing to expand its European e-mobility business operations, adding new production, office and research facilities at several sites. Eaton has invested in a new production facility for power electronics components in Montrottier, France. The new plant will produce high-voltage power components including traction inverters and DC-DC converters. High-volume production is… Read more »

EV charge management isn’t just for fleet depots: Q&A with Qmerit founder and CEO

Q&A with Qmerit founder and CEO Tracy K. Price EV chargers aren’t the kind of hardware that’s typically installed by the customer—whether that customer is a homeowner who’s charging one EV, or a company with dozens of charging sites. An EV charger deployment generally requires the services of an installer (and larger projects sometimes involve… Read more »

Frito-Lay makes its first third-party EV shipment

Frito-Lay, a subsidiary of PepsiCo,has announced completion of its first third-party EV shipment with trucking and logistics company Schneider National. Frito-Lay is the first company to contract transport on Schneider’s fleet of electric Freightliner eCascadias. “By working with Schneider, we are taking an important step forward in our efforts to reduce value-chain emissions and move… Read more »