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Canadian Utility BC Hydro Adopts Chevin FleetWave

September 14, 2017

BC Hydro delivers electricity to 95% of British Columbia’s population. Its Fleet Services business unit manages approximately 3,100 assets, providing maintenance and support services at five facilities throughout the province. Photo: Chevin
BC Hydro delivers electricity to 95% of British Columbia’s population. Its Fleet Services business unit manages approximately 3,100 assets, providing maintenance and support services at five facilities throughout the province. Photo: Chevin

Chevin Fleet Solutions will provide its FleetWave fleet management solution to Canadian utility BC Hydro, the software provider announced.

BC Hydro has adopted FleetWave to meet flexible reporting capabilities, quick and effective analytical means, and access to key performance indicators over the complete lifecycle of vehicles. Additionally, the utility is also using FleetWave to enable integrations with third-party suppliers and other internal management solutions.

BC Hydro delivers electricity to 95% of British Columbia’s population. Its Fleet Services business unit manages approximately 3,100 assets, providing maintenance and support services at five facilities throughout the province.

Other utility fleets that have partnered with Chevin include Hydro Ottawa in Canada, the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, Washington Gas, Central Hudson Gas & Electric, and Eversource.

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