The past few weeks the ENWINEV team have been working hard installing various custom-built EV components. The team also completed a pre-installation of the rear skid plate to protect the batteries. It has been exciting to see how this project has progressed and it won’t be long until this internal combustion engine truck will be completely converted into an all-electric drive train vehicle…
Who are all the hard workers behind this project? We want to introduce some team members and what they have been working on to make this project a success.
Meet Herman Persaud, Auto Mechanic, ENWIN Utilities, as he shares his experience working on the conversion project and having the unique opportunity of creating one-of-a-kind custom components for the vehicle.
Meet Ben Hardy, a student researcher at St. Clair College who helps with 3D scans, modelling and printing to create custom one-of-a-kind parts.
We would also like to introduce Peixiang Shen, Project Manager, Automobility Enterprises as he shares the beginning steps of the project when the team received and unpacked the new EV components.
We are also thrilled that this Windsor-Essex conversion project was covered by CBC NEWS and was aired on The National. ENWIN Utilities, Automobility Enterprises, St. Clair College and Invest WindsorEssex had the opportunity to speak with CBC regarding the process of the project and the next steps.
If you missed the interview watch it here and meet more of the team: https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2054967875869
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