Delta-Q Technologies, which provides battery charging solutions for electric vehicles and industrial equipment, this week announced a significant milestone: the shipment of their four millionth battery charger.
According to the Vancouver company, this equates to four million metric tons of carbon emissions saved since the company’s founding, “cementing its imprint on global electrification and sustainability.”
“We are excited to contribute to BC’s leadership in clean technology and the transition to a low-carbon economy,” said Sarah MacKinnon, co-CEO of Delta-Q Technologies. “Shipping four million chargers not only signifies our company’s solid growth and more jobs created in BC, but it also means that we are helping combat the global energy crisis in a tangible way as industrial electric vehicles replace fossil fuel-based vehicles.”
Earlier this year Delta-Q was recognized for its innovation in reducing emissions in the transportation sector. The BC company was awarded a $300,000 grant from The CleanBC Go Electric Advanced Research and Commercialization Program, which supports an initiative to expand and accelerate climate action by building on the province’s natural advantages: clean electricity, natural resources, and a skilled workforce.
Delta-Q says the The ARC funding will aid in the development of high-power and high-voltage on-board battery chargers for commercial and industrial electric vehicles.
Delta-Q’s team and distribution span five continents to service industries such as electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, e-mobility, floor care machines, utility/recreational vehicles, and even outdoor power equipment.