Miller EV Solutions, an electrical contracting company, in partnership with CBRE, has announced the launch of the Electric Vehicle Innovation Design Center (EVIDC). This initiative supports Miller EV’s commitment to advancing electric vehicle (EV) technology, fostering sustainability, and creating a more connected future.
The EVIDC, located in Jacksonville, FL, will work to demonstrate sustainable solutions for EV output and is projected to reduce Jacksonville’s carbon emissions by 8,390 tons annually.
At the heart of the EVIDC’s mission is the facilitation of hands-on learning, testing, and data collection in EV charging technology. This facility offers a unique opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the world of EV and microgrid solutions by exploring a wide array of technologies. The EVIDC houses a comprehensive range of equipment, from Level 2 (AC) and Level 3 ultra-fast (DC) chargers to the latest in sustainable technologies, including inductive charging, solar canopies, and battery storage.
This center will provide transparent use-case data to assist clients and stakeholders in making informed decisions on their journey toward sustainable transportation.
The EVIDC offers visitors a “try before they buy” opportunity, allowing clients to make informed decisions on the EV charging solutions that best suit their own unique objectives. The facility also provides real-time, data-driven evidence of consumer use, along with a hands-on training and learning environment for facility managers and electricians.
As a publicly available, client-driven center, the EVIDC aims to break the barriers to EV adoption by fostering confidence and knowledge among clients and accelerating carbon reduction efforts. With the support of various partners, the EVIDC is set to drive growth and sustainability in the EV market.
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