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Luminace and Shoals agree on EV charging and green electricity

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Luminace, the decarbonization-as-a-service business of Brookfield Renewable, announced this Wednesday it launched an agreement with Shoals Technologies to pursue distributed renewable energy generation and EV charging solutions across the U.S.

Firstly, Shoals Technologies is a leading provider of electrical balance of systems solutions for solar, storage, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Under the agreement, the companies will collaborate on the deployment of renewable energy and EV projects.

Moreover, the partners will provide all development, operational and technical solutions with no upfront cost to the customer. The partnership will leverage Luminace’s leading distributed generation platform; and Shoals’ leading position in EBOS solutions for solar and EV technology.

Consequently, the collaboration will drive substantial expansion of EV charging technologies with renewable energy. Jason Whitaker, CEO of Shoals, said about the matter. “We are excited to collaborate with Luminace and join forces to bring our customers an unprecedented level of efficiency in the implementation of solar and eMobility projects.”

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Luminace and Shoal’s agreement to leverage both companies strenghts

He also remarked. “Together we will leverage our innovative technology and Luminace’s operational expertise to accelerate the adoption of renewables and EV charging infrastructure across the U.S.”

On the other hand, Valerie Hannah, CEO of Luminace commented that the collaboration will combine Luminace’s high-quality distributed generation platform; and Shoals’ leading-edge eMobility solutions. Therefore, they will provide “comprehensive EV charging, solar, storage, and energy efficiency solutions.”

She also remarked. “With the addition of EV charging infrastructure solutions to our toolkit, we are pleased to further advance Luminace’s mission of partnering with customers to provide them with cost-effective, reliable and renewable onsite decarbonization solutions.”

Finally, Jeff Tolnar, Senior Vice President of eMobility at Shoals, commented. “This relationship has the depth and breadth to move the needle in advancing the eMobility market and accelerating its growth.”

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