The Saskatchewan Environmental Society, the SES Solar Co-operative and the Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative, along with all of our Renewable Rides team members listed below, are providing various elements to the project, including financial support and in-kind contributions:

  • The Government of Canada, through Western Economic Diversification Canada, invested over $238,000 towards the Saskatchewan Environmental Society’s work on the Renewable Rides program
  • Sun Country Highway is providing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, and the design, development, and integration of the EV car share technology
  • Saskatchewan Research Council is doing data analysis on driving conditions impacts on EVs, and will look at load growth and demand management on the urban electric grid as EVs become more widely adopted
  • Saskatoon Light & Power is providing the transfer of renewable energy through a virtual net metering process
  • Wardell Gillis is providing legal expertise
  • Affinity Credit Union is hosting an EV charging station and is providing financial support towards the purchase of two EVs
  • Radiance Co-housing is providing financial support towards one EV and their roof top for the solar panels
  • Exa Energy is providing technical expertise

Renewable Rides - a new way to get around: solar powering electric vehicles for the Saskatoon CarShare Co-op 

- one at Michelangelo Marble & Granite Co., 340 Avenue A South and one at the YWCA Saskatoon, 510 25th Street East, Saskatoon, Parking Stall 30 (in back alley parking lot).

                                          

one at Radiance Cohousing Coop 475 Ave L S, one behind the Arrand Block off 11th St. in Nutana, Saskatoon, SK


The first car in the fleet is located at the Affinity Credit Union Campus at 902 7th Ave in City Park in Saskatoon

     

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