Julien Gagnon

The Charge North Initiative is featured in an article written by Pippa Norman and published in the Delta Optimist on August 9, 2022.

Foreseeson EVSE Technology was selected earlier this year by the Community Energy Association as the successful bidder to deliver and provide complete installation services for over 58 ChargePoint CT4000 Level 2 EV charging stations in 40 northern communities.

As part of this project, the CEA is facilitating the creation of a Level 2 charging station network that connects almost 2,800 km of highway from south of Kamloops to Prince Rupert, along Highway 16 and onto Haida Gwaii, an area the equivalent size of the country of Italy.

Read more about it here:

https://www.delta-optimist.com/local-news/the-gap-is-large-bcs-small-towns-illuminate-urban-rural-divide-in-ev-infrastructure-5673283?utm_source=Email_Share&utm_medium=Email_Share&utm_campaign=Email_Share

August 17, 2022

BC small towns illuminate urban-rural divide in EV infrastructure.

The Charge North Initiative is featured in an article written by Pippa Norman and published in the Delta Optimist on August 9, 2022. Foreseeson EVSE Technology […]