Hydro Ottawa crews continue to restore power after Friday’s high winds downed trees and damaged hydro poles. At this time, 9,000 customers remain without power in 120 separate outages needing repair.
At the EV/VE 2018 Conference and Trade Show in Ottawa today, Hydro Ottawa announced a partnership with Canada’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network provider, FLO, to pilot one hundred ‘level two’ charging stations with residential customers in Ottawa.
Hydro Ottawa is proud to announce its selection as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers; making it the seventh time the company has won the award.
With electric vehicles (EVs) becoming a more popular option for drivers, we are also seeing more and more public charging stations, generally called an Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) being installed. This is true both in cities and along major highways where the installation of DC-Quick or Fast Charging (DCFC) stations has grown significantly.
Daniel SéguinManager, Media and Public Affairs