Quebec manufacturer of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, Flo, announced Thursday a collaboration with the Alberta oil company L'Impériale to extend its charging network for electric vehicles across the Canada.
The agreement between the two companies provides for the joint development of a charging service offer for distributors of Imperial Oil's Esso and Mobil brands, as well as a credit transfer agreement under the Clean Fuel Regulations.
“Our collaboration with Imperial Oil is remarkable. It brings together two major players in the Canadian energy sector and contributes to achieving Canada's carbon neutrality objectives by 2050,” said Louis Tremblay, President and CEO of FLO, in a press release on Thursday.
“Most importantly, the agreement will generate financial benefits that will allow FLO to expand the deployment of its EV charging stations, helping us achieve our goal of transforming the future of mobility in Canada,” he added.
For his part, Vice President of Downstream at Imperial, Jon Wetmore, believes that this collaboration “complements other L 'Imperial on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, including measures to produce and deliver cleaner fuels, next-generation resource recovery technologies and carbon capture'.
< p>FLO has more than 70,000 fast-charging and Level 2 mobile charging stations heard in public, private and residential venues across North America.
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