Imperial inks deal with Quebec-based EV charging network company

Imperial Oil logo at the company's annual meeting in Calgary on April 28, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Imperial Oil Ltd. has announced a collaboration with a manufacturer of electric vehicle charging solutions looking to expand its EV charging network across Canada.

Imperial says it has signed an agreement with FLO, a Quebec-based company that manufactures EV charging stations for property managers, business owners and employers.

The agreement will see the two companies develop a charging service option for Imperial’s Esso and Mobil-branded wholesalers.

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It also includes an agreement to transfer credits under federal Clean Fuel regulations.

FLO has over 70,000 fast and level 2 EV charging stations deployed at public, private and residential locations across North America.

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It manufactures its charging stations in Michigan and Quebec.

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