Wallbox provider EVBox relies on The Mobility HouseWallbox provider EVBox relies on The Mobility House

Munich/Zurich, 10 December 2020 –

Leading wallbox provider EVBox relies on The Mobility House

  • Car dealerships, customers, electricians, and public utility companies can now purchase EVBox charging infrastructure from The Mobility House.
  • The technology company has thus added another established manufacturer to its range of hardware.
  • The Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot from The Mobility House is also used by EVBox in the Netherlands and other European countries.

The products of the Dutch charging specialist EVBox are now available at the charging solution provider The Mobility House: car dealerships, customers, electricians, and public utility companies can now purchase EVBox charging infrastructure directly and exclusively from The Mobility House. The company has thus added new charging solutions for private homes, trade, and vehicle fleets to its vendor-agnostic product portfolio, which is already extensive. The intelligent wallboxes from EVBox are fully eligible for funding in the new German government KfW funding program: For installing the Elvi wallbox, for example, private customers, property owner associations, landlords and tenants receive a sum of 900 euros per charging point as funding from the KfW program “Charging stations for electric cars – residential buildings.”

EVBox is one of Europe’s largest vendors of intelligent charging stations. The Mobility House, on the other hand, has established itself as a leading provider of complete solutions for charging infrastructure. With EVBox the company’s range now includes another vendor to cover the rapidly rising demand for technologically well-equipped charging solutions that are able to perform important functions. These include the monitoring and billing of charging processes, control capabilities according to the grid’s needs, and remote software updates in line with the established OCPP standard. The two partners are brought together by their shared goal of establishing intelligent and innovative charging technologies on the market. EVBox concentrates on the hardware, while The Mobility House focuses on intelligent and cost-optimized control of charging processes with its specially developed open-interface Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot. The system is also compatible with EVBox charging stations.

EVBox and The Mobility House have already worked together in various projects and shown how electric cars can be incorporated into power grids in an energy-efficient and climate-friendly way. One example is Porto Santo (Portugal), which aims to become the first island to not use any fossil fuels in generating its energy, thanks to vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies. In the project, named “Smart Fossil Free Island,” wind and solar energy is temporarily stored in the batteries of electric cars via bidirectional charging stations and fed back into the grid as needed. This significantly increases the percentage of renewable energy in the overall power supply.

Furthermore, EVBox is also using the Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot from The Mobility House in the Netherlands and other European countries. In the USA, development is currently underway regarding the technical integration of the two products.