Electrify Canada and ClearBlue Technologies Group Partner to Deploy “Fueling Stations of the Future” Nationwide
Toronto-based construction, technology and installation firm, ClearBlue Technologies Group (CBTG) is proud to announce that it has been selected by Electrify Canada as its first construction firm to support the widely anticipated nationwide DC supercharger installation and deployment program across four provinces.
Celebrating a decade in business, CBTG has expanded its reach, footprint and breadth of services. Since its inception as a telecom construction company supporting all the major carriers with network upgrades, CBTG has evolved to become one of Canada’s leading technology, construction and integration experts with a focus on large-scale nationwide deployments. CBTG’s commitment to creating a more sustainable and connected tomorrow, today for its customers led to its selection, and a partnership that will impact Canadians from coast to coast.
Electrify Canada, an entity created with the support of Volkswagen Group Canada , promotes greater zero-emission vehicle adoption by bringing the most convenient and high-tech charging networks to market with the focus currently on British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec.
CEO, James Davis, notes, “We’re excited to contribute to such a significant nationwide project, one that will make a positive environmental impact.” This ambitious undertaking will be self-performing with CBTG managing the full integration of different internal systems and resources to reach every milestone per the diverse scope of work. The goal of this program is the create the “Fueling Stations of the Future” by establishing an open and ultra-fast charging network across Canada that is accessible and user-friendly.”.
These charging stations will provide drivers with access to chargers ranging from 150 kW to over 350 kW output, delivered conveniently across four provinces and 32 DC supercharge stations. Each site will deliver a 200-mile charge in less than fifteen minutes (some variance based on the vehicle).
Construction of the first site located at the Toronto Premium Outlets in Halton Hills is expected to be completed before the end of September 2019.
Click here to read the press release from Electrify Canada.