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Sanjeev Singh, Toronto- based CEO of Elocity Technologies selected to participate in Ontario-India Trade and Investment mission

Tuesday, November 5th 2019 3:28:46pm

Nov 5, 2019 (Toronto) - Sanjeev Singh, CEO of Elocity Technologies (elocitytech.com) a leader in EV charger software technology for Electric Utilities will join Ontario’s Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, Vic Fedeli (MPP Nipissing), on a business mission to India.  From November 18 to 22, the delegation will travel to New Delhi and Mumbai with the expectation of leveraging Ontario's strengths in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

Home to one of North America's largest ICT sectors and world-class technology industries, Ontario is well positioned to seize opportunities for greater collaboration and growth with India. That country is on track to become the largest sourcing destination for information and technology.  

Elocity’s participation is in part attributable to its position as both an Ontario-based technology company and key player in the emerging electric vehicle (EV) space. Their work empowers utilities and smart cities to predict and manage variable loads from grid-connected electric vehicle charging, in essence, deploying the EV infrastructure of the future.  

Elocity’s EVNET technology uses a secure blockchain based, smart charging platform that provides utilities with load predictions, elasticity factors, and the ability to curtail or even drawback charge to support grid resilience and cost management.  This removes of many barriers to the rapid adoption of electric vehicles (EV). It transforms electric vehicle charging into a grid management tool, rather than a demand capacity problem.

The Elocity team has global-level expertise, experienced in the Indian marketplace supporting the utility sector that is focused on providing smart innovation for the electro mobility future.


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Sanjeev Singh, CEO of Elocity Technologies (picture available for general use)