Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN) is a network of transit and micro-transit routes with services to major attractions like Disneyland Resort, Knott’s Berry Farm, and Angel Stadium.
With the goal of becoming California’s first all-electric bus fleet by 2025, ATN sought out an energy partner with innovative technologies and services to help them achieve it. After a competitive selection process, ATN chose bp pulse for our comprehensive management of their charging operations — including design, installation, equipment procurement, and fleet management.
To solve for permanent infrastructure constraints at one of ATN’s facilities, bp pulse designed and built a portable, pre-assembled, and containerized EVSE solution, Inrush. Two upcycled shipping containers were customized to ATN’s needs, with 10 fast and flexible charging stations to power all their electric buses. Requiring minimal site construction with all the necessary gear housed inside each container, ATN can easily deploy Inrush containers to support any facility or operational changes they may encounter in the future.
Through comprehensive charge management services that minimize operational expenditures and maintain bus service requirements, bp pulse’s sophisticated software, omega, reduces ATN’s peak electrical demands from 5 MW to just under 2 MW.
Through bp pulse, ATN benefits from a unique partnership with our partners at Duke Energy who build and own solar PV assets, selling this 100% renewable energy to ATN via a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) – with no upfront capital required.
This partnership will benefit two key ATN sites:
FUTURE CHARGING SERVICES
bp pulse’s portable, pre-assembled, and containerized EVSE solution, inrush, provides ATN with 10 fast and flexible charging stations to power all their electric buses. With all the necessary gear housed inside, ATN can easily deploy inrush containers to support any facility or operational changes that may occur.
Project Manager at ATN