The Business Post has written an article on EVHACS. Shane O’Donoghue sat down with CEO Jeff Aherne to discuss EV charger rollout over the coming decade.
They point out that electric vehicle adoption, while rapidly increasing in the last couple of years (12,665 so far in 2022 compared to 7,049 in the same period in 2021), may have been slowed down due to driver’s anxiety on the lack of charging infrastructure.
The heat pump and air conditioning industry is experiencing rapid growth due to people replacing old oil and gas heaters. The IEA predicts that heat pumps will grow from 180 million to 600 million in 2030 and air conditioners will grow from two billion to three billion units in the same time frame. EVHACS considers this as an opportunity for EV chargers. Aherne also discusses plans and direction for EVHACS in the future.
EVHACS is the world’s first electric vehicle charger and heat pump/air conditioning unit in one.
EVHACS helps to solve the lack of charging infrastructure globally by simply upgrading outdoor air conditioning units in their current environment or at point of fabrication to contain charging points using patent pending technology. EVHACS dramatically cuts the cost of device installation, takes up less space than having both appliances installed separately, uses fewer materials reducing wastage, and can be installed into almost any heat pump or air conditioner. EVHACS unites the Electric Vehicle Charging (EVSE), the Connected Car and the Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning industries (HVAC).
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