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Our Client, Recycle BC, wanted to understand the feasibility of operating electric refuse trucks within British Columbia (BC), Canada. Waste collection companies currently use diesel or CNG internal combustion engines to power their refuse trucks. We analysed the current and future market for electric refuse trucks, infrastructure requirements, environmental impacts and economics to provide an overall comparison between the different technologies.

Electric Vehicle Fleets – Smart Charging Solutions

Hoa Cleantech worked with several Clients across North America to demonstrate effective load control strategies for electric vehicle charging stations. As subject matter experts, we developed high-level strategies, concept designs and customised business logic of Smart Charging solutions. These solutions are effective ways to reduce infrastructure costs and operating costs for electric vehicle fleets.

EV Charging Infrastructure Strategy for 132 Vehicle Fleet

Our Client, the City of Abbotsford, asked Hoa Cleantech to develop a high-level charging infrastructure strategy, concept design and roadmap for the electrification of 132 light to heavy-duty vehicles within their fleet.

 EV Charging Infrastructure Strategy for City Hall Vehicle Fleet

Our Client, the City of Abbotsford, asked Hoa Cleantech to develop a high-level charging infrastructure strategy and roadmap for the electrification of 38 light-duty vehicles within the City Hall fleet.

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Planning for the future - Regional travel in electric aircraft

Planning for the Future: Regional Travel in Electric Aircraft

Globally, domestic aviation was responsible for emitting 287,000,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2010, according to an IPCC report. Looking at this in more detail, a Boeing 737 would burn approximately 5 tonnes of jet fuel on a 2 hour flight, resulting in 15 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions.
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Impact of the new approved BC Hydro Fleet Electrification Rates

Impact of the new approved BC Hydro Fleet Electrification Rates

On March 26th, 2020, two new optional services were approved by the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) to support the electrification of fleet vehicles and vessels. It applies to services with a demand equal to or above 150 kW, which is any fleet of approximately 40+ electric vehicles.
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Electric vehicle fleets smart charging

Fleet Electrification and Smart Charging

As large fleet operators convert their assets to electric, an increasing need to manage how the fleet is charging is going to be required. This article explains smart charging as a simple concept that can be adapted to a specific operation to reduce installation capital costs and reduce operating costs by lowering the peak power demand.
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