Trillium Debuts EV Recharging Product

Trillium, a provider of alternative fuels systems and renewable fuels and member of the Love’s Family of Companies, has announced PowerUP by Trillium, a program designed to serve electric vehicle (EV) fleets. PowerUP by Trillium uses a mix of power supply technology ranging from solar panels and on-site generation using renewable natural gas (RNG), to energy storage and power supplied from the local electric utility when necessary.

“The paradigm for EV recharging has always been to charge your vehicle using the electric utility, but PowerUP by Trillium changes that standard,” said Bill Zobel, general manager of business development and marketing for Trillium. “Our newest refueling solution puts fleets in control of their power supply and gives them the option to choose which sources of power to draw from, adding certainty to electric costs while enhancing the reliability and sustainability of their power supply over the long term. We’re proud to offer this new product to our valued Customers.”

The company said PowerUP by Trillium is the first integrated EV charging solution of its kind in the U.S. and is now available to all centrally fueled EV fleets. Trillium begins the evaluation process with a consultation designed to fully understand the customer’s long-term electric power needs before creating a solution. Trillium designs, builds, operates and maintains its PowerUP by Trillium solutions and provides project financing to Customers. The average PowerUP by Trillium solution takes about nine months to install.

Trillium specializes in designing, building and operating compressed natural gas (CNG), hydrogen and EV refueling infrastructure for commercial and municipal fleets, operating more than 220 alternative fueling stations nationwide. Trillium also offers RNG to third parties and commercial scale solar energy solutions. Combined, Love’s Travel Stops and Trillium own 65 public-access CNG facilities.

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