Chanje has partnered with MaxGen Energy Services, a California-based engineering, construction, and technical services firm, working in the U.S. to build electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
Chanje is the first to offer integrated charging solutions specifically for commercial fleets to fit their unique workflows, according to the company. MaxGen is designing and constructing depot-based charging solutions for Chanje, including infrastructure and utility connections.
"MaxGen is a great partner for launching our industry-first commercial fleet charging infrastructure projects," said Suresh Jayanthi, Vice President of Energy Services at Chanje. "Their expertise is invaluable in helping us deploy efficient, cost-effective infrastructure that enables fleets to transition to electric mobility."
MaxGen is a key partner in Chanje's electrification ecosystem to make EV adoption seamless for commercial fleets.
Chanje introduced its first vehicle and energy services in 2017. The company will subsequently offer a full range of medium-duty EVs, including trucks, vans, and shuttle buses in a variety of lengths and capacities.
"The mass adoption of electric commercial fleets is finally here. Our strong partnership with Chanje will enable us to bring innovative solutions that fit our fleet customers' unique needs at scale," said Kelly Fishback, Vice President of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure at MaxGen. "We are excited that our infrastructure will serve such a mission critical role for our customers."
Originally posted on Work Truck Online