Ready for the electric future?
From electric logistics fleets and e-bus fleets to the operation of charging stations - we find the right charging solution that grows with each new requirement.
Our vision is a future where energy and mobility are emission-free. Therefore, we develop technologies that exploit the full potential of e-vehicle batteries through optimal charging and energy market integration.
We provide the right offer.
July 13, 2023Simultaneity factor in the charging of electric vehicles in theory and practice
A total of 681,410 electric cars were registered in 2021. This means that the percentage of new vehicle registrations involving electric cars has more than doubled since 2020. This increase also means that an increasing number of charging facilities, such as wallboxes in the private sector, are being installed and registered with the grid operator.
December 19, 2022Local vs. cloud-based charging systems: The advantages and disadvantages of the two solutions – and how to combine them
From a number of 5 to 10 electric vehicles, intelligent control of the charging processes is necessary in most cases to avoid unnecessary expansion of the existing grid connection or increased power charges to grid operators.
August 04, 2022Future-proof charging infrastructure: ISO 15118 makes charging processes easier and more efficient
The future of mobility is electric. But the environmentally friendly and quiet electric cars need to be recharged before the journey. To ensure that charging is quick and safe and seamlessly integrated into the local energy supply, countless processes run in the background. Open and standardized interfaces between the vehicle, charging station and back-end as well as energy management systems guarantee that charging infrastructure can grow and constantly improve with the increasing success of electric mobility. This way a future-proof charging infrastructure is guaranteed. Reason enough to dedicate a series to these invisible helpers.
In a blog series, The Mobility House, the technology company and solution provider for everything to do with charging, explains which interfaces and standards are important for the market and what is generally important to know and observe.
The fifth part is dedicated to ISO 15118, the international standard which enables the bidirectional communication between an electric car and charging station.