The Infrastructure Investment Program will promote the deployment of clean, smart and equitable EV charging solutions across New Jersey
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Greenlots, a global provider of EV (electric vehicle) charging software and solutions, lauds the step taken by Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) in filing a significant electric vehicle infrastructure program designed to accelerate the electric vehicle market in New Jersey and benefit ratepayers in the process.
“PSE&G’s filing demonstrates the critical role utilities can play in scaling electric vehicle charging infrastructure and complementing automakers’ increasing commitment to transportation electrification,” said Scott Fisher, Vice President of Market Development for Greenlots. “The filing also represents the forward-thinking strategy that has been embraced in New Jersey to achieve environmental leadership at a national level.”
Greenlots was one of a diverse range of stakeholders – including technology companies, environmental groups, community-based organizations, and auto manufacturers and dealers – who worked with PSE&G to put forward a proposal that has broad market support. “PSE&G’s emphasis on smart, grid-connected EV infrastructure will play an especially important role in helping deployed charging stations significantly benefit New Jersey ratepayers,” Fisher added. “With PSE&G’s filing, residents can expect to see a range of grid benefits, as well as larger societal benefits like increasing equitable access to electrified transportation, improved health outcomes, local economic development, and fuel cost savings.”
Greenlots is a leading provider of large-scale, turnkey EV charging hardware and industry-leading charger network management software that equip drivers, site hosts, automakers, municipalities and utilities with the tools needed to deploy, leverage and manage EV infrastructure at scale.
Greenlots is powering the future of electric transportation with industry-leading software and services that equip drivers, site hosts and utilities with the tools needed to deploy, leverage and manage EV infrastructure at scale. Greenlots’ network operating system, SKY™, delivers comprehensive, open standards-based EV infrastructure management capabilities for site hosts and grid operators alike. Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, the company’s global footprint spans across three continents with deployments in 13 countries. Recent Greenlots accolades include recognition in: Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s New Energy Pioneers, Frost & Sullivan’s Product Leadership Award and the Edison Awards. For more information, visit: www.greenlots.com