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Electric vehicle charging software and solutions provider Greenlots will deliver the charging infrastructure for Volvo Trucks’ LIGHTS electric truck demonstration project. Volvo will deploy a total of 23 battery-electric Class 8 electric trucks under the project that will be used throughout California’s South Coast Air Basin.
The LIGHTS (Low-Impact Green Heavy Transport Solutions) project is a collaboration between Volvo Group, California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District, and 16 other partners, one of which is Greenlots. The California Air Resources Board awarded $44.8 million to the district for Volvo LIGHTS.
Greenlots said it will outfit warehouses with heavy- and light-duty charging infrastructure, integrate the chargers with onsite solar panels and energy storage systems, and leverage its charging network management software for Volvo’s first electric trucks in North America.