QUEBEC—AddÉnergie Technologies, a Quebec City-based electric vehicle charging infrastructure provider, has won a call for proposals from Hydro-Québec to supply 50 kilowatt fast-charging stations for the Electric Circuit, the largest public charging network for electric vehicles in Quebec and eastern Ontario.
Since 2013, AddEnergie says it has provided the Electric Circuit with nearly 1,500 charging stations, as well as contributing to network operations through its support teams and network management software.
“We are honored that Hydro-Québec once again chooses to trust AddEnergie. The award of this new contract demonstrates our ability to meet the needs of electric utilities and work with them for the deployment of large scale charging infrastructure. We hope that Hydro-Québec will continue to inspire other organizations to invest in the electrification of transportation, and we will be ready to offer them our support and expertise,” said Louis Tremblay, president and CEO of AddEnergie.
AddEnergie has contributed to charging networks in New Brunswick, Alberta, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario and Vermont. The firm also operates its own charging network, FLO, which is present throughout Canada.