Read this case study to learn how Synop, in partnership with Highland Electric Fleets, BorgWarner, Proterra, and Thomas Built Buses, provided software solutions in a groundbreaking program using V2G technology for electric school buses (ESBs).
Synop, the operations platform built to optimize charging and energy management for commercial electric fleets, today announced a partnership with BorgWarner (NYSE: BWA), to accelerate the next generation of revenue-generating opportunities for EV fleets using vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capabilities.
Geotab Inc. (”Geotab”), a global leader in connected transportation solutions and Synop, the electric vehicle operations platform that maximizes fleet uptime and optimizes energy usage, today announced a partnership that will give fleet operators in North America access to integrated EV charging and energy management within Geotab’s software platform, MyGeotab.
The Biden-Harris administration’s goal to cut all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the transportation sector got revved up in January with the release of the U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization.
As organizations continue this drive toward green energy, you can count on Synop to keep pace with ever-changing policies and regulations in our ongoing development of software and services to support fleet electrification.
This year, we are excited to share our participation in exhibiting at a diverse range of industry events related to commercial EV fleet applications.
A lot can happen in a year, especially when you’re a startup. As we look back over the last 12 months here at Synop, it’s an opportunity to celebrate both the growth of the EV industry and the strides we took as a company.
CNBC's Diana Olick joins 'Power Lunch' to share the story of Synop. This vehicle-to-grid startup can supplement the electrical grid with solar energy during high energy consumption periods
Electric school buses in Beverly, Massachusetts provided energy back to the electricity grid for more than 80 hours this summer — helping to reinforce the grid during some of the hottest summer days when electricity was most in demand.
The idea of electric vehicles as a mainstream mode of transportation, for both people and goods, seemed fanciful not that long ago. Now, EV manufacturers are household names and charging stations seem to be popping up like mushrooms in shopping center parking lots and mall garages around the country.