Posts Tagged: Greenlots

Greenlots and ChargePoint announce peer-to-peer roaming agreement

Charging networks Greenlots and ChargePoint have formed a roaming partnership that will enable charging across the two networks, giving users access to thousands of additional charging locations throughout North America at no additional cost. Beginning in mid-2019, customers will be able to charge on either the ChargePoint or Greenlots networks without the need to create… Read more »

LAPD buys 100 BMW i3s, Greenlots to provide load-managed charging system

The Los Angeles Police Department has ordered 100 BMW i3s, and plans to add 500 more plug-in vehicles over the next five years. San Francisco- and Singapore-based Greenlots will supply 100 Level 2 chargers and four DC fast chargers, and integrate its software with LAPD’s fleet management program. Greenlots’ SKY technology will be used for… Read more »

SoCal Edison deploys workplace charging with smart grid demand response

EVSE LLC, Greenlots and Southern California Edison control peak charging demand Electric utilities around the world have been studying the potential impact of EVs on the grid. The largest pilot program with smart grid demand response (OpenADR 2.0b) that we’ve seen is an 80-unit deployment of EVSE LLC’s Level 2/Level 1 combo smart charging stations at… Read more »

Greenlots partners with BMW to install public chargers in Singapore

Since BMW’s i3 went on sale in the island nation of Singapore in July 2014, the Bavarian automaker has been investing in charging infrastructure. In partnership with charging network operator Greenlots and CapitaLand, a major Asian real estate developer, BMW installed public charging stations at five strategic locations in Singapore’s Central Business District. Now the… Read more »

Kia brings Soul EV to Washington and Oregon, installs charging stations at dealerships

Kia is continuing its progressive launch of the Soul EV (which was profiled in the January/February 2015 issue of Charged), adding 12 EV-certified dealers in Washington and 8 in Oregon. Each dealership will be equipped with two Level 2 chargers, and 10 of them will also have a 50 kW Signet DC fast charger. Charging… Read more »

ABB and Greenlots partner with Kia to deploy DC fast chargers for Soul EV Rollout

San Francisco-based Greenlots will partner with Kia Motors and ABB to install DC fast chargers at selected Kia dealerships for the 2015 Kia Soul EV, which is scheduled to go on sale this fall in California, Oregon, New York, New Jersey and Maryland. Kia will roll out Greenlots’ SKY Smart Charging platform to its dealerships… Read more »

Greenlots to administer BMW charging network in Singapore

Greenlots, an EV charging solutions provider with offices in San Francisco and Singapore, has partnered with BMW to develop a home and public charging network in Singapore. The i3 was launched in the island nation at the end of July. Part of BMW’s 360º ELECTRIC program, the new network will be based on the Open Charge… Read more »

Greenlots to install 4 DC fast chargers for San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport will install four 480-volt high-speed charging stations, funded by a grant from the California Energy Commission. According to installer Greenlots, SFO already has the largest number of plug-in vehicle spaces of any domestic airport, but these will be its first open standards-based DC fast chargers. “Not surprisingly, California led close to one… Read more »

SKY Smart Charging uses open standards to help utilities manage EV loads

As EVs multiply, utilities are beginning to see the need to manage EV charging to prevent overloading of the electricity network. The impact of EV charging on peak load and local distribution networks are some of the key challenges. San Francisco-based Greenlots has introduced its SKY Smart Charging platform to address the needs of the… Read more »

BC Hydro selects Greenlots’ SKY to manage British Columbia DC fast charger network

Electric utility BC Hydro has selected Greenlots’ SKY network management solution to manage a provincial network of DC fast chargers. The DC fast charger project was funded by the British Columbia provincial government under the Clean Energy Vehicle Program. The initial rollout will include 13 charging stations supplied by ABB and Eaton. Based on the… Read more »