Why we develop technologies
We’ve set ourselves an ambitious goal: a future where energy and mobility are emission-free. For the past 14 years, we’ve been developing technologies that exploit the full potential of mobile and stationary e-vehicle batteries through optimal charging and energy market integration, and going forward, this will also include discharging (V2G). This interplay ensures that CO2 emissions can be reduced long-term and that more renewable energy is made available, which results in charging cost savings as well as profits.
And the great thing is that anyone can become part of this ecosystem and benefit from it.
How our technologies work
Our ChargePilot® technology and smart charging app allow our customers to access smart charging for their e-vehicles. We capture individual charging needs, which gives us the flexibility to charge individual e-vehicle batteries economically and in an environmentally responsible way without compromising customer convenience.
Our EV Aggregation Platform bundles the storage or flexibility potential of e-vehicle batteries into a portfolio, making it available to energy markets.
The Flexibility Trader trades the bundled portfolio of aggregated flexibility automatically and in real time on the energy market.
The EV Aggregation Platform then distributes traded energy to individual e-vehicles based on optimized schedules and individual mobility needs.
Trading on the energy market makes it possible to charge when charging is cheapest. Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) will also in future allow e-vehicle batteries to be used as temporary storage for renewable energy. It will even be possible to fully offset the electricity cost for charging with profits from flexibility commercialization.
How our technology ecosystem is set up
Smart charging app
For smart charging at home
This app allows our customers to see the charging status and battery level of their e-vehicles at any time. It is also the user interface for individual flexibility sharing, as the app is linked to the EV Aggregation Platform and Flexibility Trader, whereby the individual e-vehicle becomes part of the energy market. This in turn makes it possible to calculate the most cost-effective time period for charging and, in future, to fully exploit the potential of bidirectional charging, in other words, the ability to feed electricity back into the grid.
The charging and energy manager for e-fleets
The ChargePilot® charging and energy management system for e-fleets optimally distributes available charging power to individual e-vehicles in order to avoid peak loads or the need for grid expansion. Charging is therefore ensured at all times. ChargePilot® is also the user interface for flexibility sharing, as its connection to the EV Aggregation Platform and Flexibility Trader means the e-fleet becomes part of the energy market. This in turn makes it possible to automatically calculate the most cost-effective charging period for an e-fleet. Not only does this make charging more efficient and significantly cheaper, but it will also enable the use of V2G in the future.
EV Aggregation Platform
The virtual power plant for our customers’ electric cars
Our EV Aggregation Platform aggregates the storage capacity and charging power of remote e-vehicles; it bundles them into a portfolio and makes them available to flexibility trading. In doing so, the available power, the available capacity and the mobility needs of the e-vehicle owners are taken into account. The aggregation of individual e-vehicles does not result in any loss of flexibility. Upon disaggregation, available energy is then optimally distributed to the individual e-vehicles.
The automated trader on energy markets
Aggregated flexibility is traded on the European power and energy markets via the Flexibility Trader. This means that more renewable energy can be integrated into the energy system and the added value of batteries is maximized while charging becomes cheaper. The volatility of power prices on the energy market and our short-term trading algorithms, specific to electric vehicles, form the basis for this.
Why our technology ecosystem is unique
We develop our technologies in-house from the initial idea through to the finished product.
We specialize in mobile and stationary e-vehicle batteries and exploit their full 1st and 2nd life potential.
Our technologies can be combined with other systems.
Our technologies can be integrated into existing systems as a white label solution.
Our technologies are open to future developments and demands.
Our technological milestones
June 13, 2023Mobilize selects The Mobility House for their Vehicle-To-Grid service
- Mobilize, a Renault Group brand, and The Mobility House will provide the first commercial Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) offering starting 2024, initially in France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
- Renault customers will – through bidirectional charging and discharging – take part in the energy transition and earn money with their electric car when they are not using it for driving.
- The Mobility House's technology will be used to market the electricity stored in the batteries on the energy markets, maximizing the value of mobile storage devices in the energy system and unlocking their full potential.
- Renault is the first major car manufacturer to use The Mobility House’s technology portfolio to enable bidirectional charging for its customers.
May 30, 2023Charging 159 electric buses the smart way: GVB – the operator of Amsterdam’s local public transport – is relying on The Mobility House to meet its charging management needs
- GVB – the operator of the city of Amsterdam’s public transport services – is using the smart charging and energy management solution from tech firm The Mobility House to cost-effectively charge its planned fleet of approximately 159 vehicles throughout the city in 2023.
- Smart management with ChargePilot® helps to generate annual six-figure savings in grid and energy costs.
- The hardware-agnostic system by The Mobility House enables communication between different planning systems thanks to open interfaces.
May 16, 2023World’s first open Vehicle-To-Grid test lab by The Mobility House and Ambibox
World’s first open Vehicle-To-Grid test lab by The Mobility House and Ambibox
- The Mobility House and Ambibox are setting up a test lab for bidirectional charging that is unique worldwide.
- Both companies have created a permanent opportunity for car manufacturers to test bidirectional marketing of electric cars on the energy market.
- Holistic testing under real-life conditions will significantly speed up the ramp-up of Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) and the uniform interpretation of standards.