Even with the election in full swing, the company has received a personal response from Dalton McGuinty, Premier of the Province of Ontario in follow up to the letter submitted by Dave Levac on September 1, 2011 regarding EnerDynamic EV Charging technology.
The Premier was pleased to read about the company’s various technologies, and has forwarded the correspondence to the Honourable Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Infrastructure for follow-up. The company has been in contact with various officials and are awaiting confirmation that the EnerDynamic technology will be presented in an upcoming official RFI released by the government for information and technological proposals with respect to the rollout of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in the province.
The company is confident that our “Made in Ontario” solution can be the cornerstone of a public, private partnership that will involve various suppliers and providers of infrastructure solutions, including the array of LDC’s in the province who have domain over the local distribution of grid power from OPG and various micro generators who feed in alternative energy to the grid via the Feed in Tariff.
“We find ourselves in a very important place to benefit from the huge global trend toward generating clean, green energy. While many of the world’s people don’t have access to reliable grid delivered electricity, the need for robust micro generation systems for remote power requirements is increasing exponentially. As the internet and cellular industry penetrate these markets with wireless signals, there is a growing demand for rural power. By providing electricity, we empower these people and give them access to a world of education, medicine and entertainment available on the internet that they have never had access to. We are fortunate to have solutions for many applications, from transportation, communication, and even water purification.”….said Katherine Bryson, Marketing/Sales.