Utilities and energy companies

Utility & energy company solutions for EV charging.
The EV market gives utilities access to new, profitable business models. Learn what our intelligent EV solutions can achieve for you.

Utility EV charging business

For utilities and energy corporations, the growth of EVs brings both opportunities and difficulties. The grid shouldn’t be overloaded, on the one hand. The demand will even worsen the negative effect on the grid if too many EV drivers plug in their vehicles while the peak is peaking.

On the other hand, utilities can seize the chances that present themselves. Charging an EV costs electricity, which affects EV drivers’ energy bills.
One thing is certain: as EV adoption increases, utilities will enter a more exciting period. They can set the pace for EV adoption and ensure that EVs are properly integrated into the grid.

Opportunity: Increased energy demand

EVs give huge business prospects. Electric vehicles (EVs) present a significant new way to use electricity, altering the utility industry.
By 2050, energy demand will have doubled worldwide. Are you prepared to take advantage of the new demand?

By utilising less expensive resources and limiting the usage of the most expensive energy, utilities can reduce the cost of their energy supply.

Providing grid services by adjusting charging rates and rearranging charging schedules, utilities can also make a significant contribution to a strong EV charging infrastructure. Another benefit of using smart charging for utilities is to prevent costly grid modifications.
There is no need for large transformer upgrades.

Hazard: Avoid overloading the grid

In 2050, there are projected to be 600 million to 2 billion EVs on the road.
These EVs must all be charged.
Are you ready for the increase in demand with your infrastructure?
Time of Use (ToU) charges may be employed as a technique to persuade EV drivers to switch to off-peak hours for charging.
This helps EV drivers save money on their energy bills and guarantees that their vehicles are charged at times when the grid is least stressed, eliminating overloads.

If too many EV drivers switch to off-peak charging, this also creates additional difficulties.
However, smart charging can also help to allay these worries by distributing charging over a longer period of time and taking into account variables like charge status, charge rate, and other variables.

Our solution for utilities: EV charging software

Create your own EV charging infrastructure with our charge point software.
The software is user-friendly and includes all the capabilities you’ll need to grow your EV business, including roaming, billing, and smart charging.
We provide packages for our EV charging station software that are both managed and entirely outsourced.