New partnership with Vermont utility paves the way toward an electric future.
Canadian company, FLO, is partnering with Green Mountain Power (GMP), Vermont’s largest electric utility, to participate in a pilot project aiming to deploy residential electric vehicle charging infrastructure while finding ways to lower the cost of the grid for all customers.
“This project demonstrates our ability to help utilities prepare to accommodate the growing demand for electric vehicle charging,” said Louis Tremblay, CEO and President of FLO. “As EV adoption keeps progressing, load management will certainly be a challenge for utilities, and this type of smart grid integration is a key part of the solution. We are looking forward to working with other utilities across North America to deploy similar initiatives, as these will be essential to support the development of large-scale electric vehicle charging infrastructure.”
This collaboration with Green Mountain Power is just one of many projects FLO is currently running with American partners, as the company is making its first steps into the United States market.