For fleet owners, the global increase in available charging infrastructure is key if businesses want to serve their clients effectively. And ‘available’ is the key word here. It doesn’t matter how many charge points your clients are able to plug in to, if the charging session doesn’t start to begin with.
As climate change affects the health of the planet, it’s important to do our part to offset its negative impacts. One key way to reduce climate change effectively is by reducing our emissions of carbon.
Smart Energy systems can be seen as the process of using devices for energy-efficiency. It focuses on powerful, sustainable renewable energy sources that promote greater eco-friendliness while driving down costs.
One of the most intimidating aspects of owning an electric vehicle for many first-time EV owners is the unfamiliar task of charging your car. While the process of charging an EV may not be as fast as filling a tank of gas (yet!), it’s becoming easier and faster than ever thanks to liquid cooling rapid chargers.
When it comes to hardware and software, what can be done to improve the user experience, to reduce charger downtimes and what implications does this have for the EV charging industry as we look ahead to the next few years.