Why use Dynamic Load Balancing?

In the field of electric vehicle charging, dynamic load management (or DLM) refers to optimising the charging load of a property so that: With far fewer public charging posts than electric cars in Europe, more and more people are choosing to charge their cars at home, and electrical safety is becoming a growing concern, especially […]

Electrifying Fleets

The world of consumer vehicles has gone mad for EVs. For years, the waves of change have been drawing the electric revolution inexorably closer. Electrifying commercial fleets, however, is a little different from trading in the family SUV for a VW ID.4. Fleet vehicles have schedules and require maintenance that’s more consistent and often more […]

Plug types EV Charging

Type 1 plug (Yazaki) The Type 1 isn’t that popular, since this is a 100V plug and it is mainly used in North America and Japan. Charging an electric car with the Yazaki plug is possible, but charging is much slower. This is caused by the fact that one of the three available phases is […]

EU lawmakers back ban on new fossil-fuel cars from 2035

BRUSSELS, June 8 (Reuters) – European Parliament lawmakers on Wednesday voted to support an effective EU ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035, rejecting attempts to weaken the proposal to speed Europe’s shift to electric vehicles. The vote upholds a key pillar of the European Union’s plans to cut net […]

Public charging points vs. private charging stations

You have several options when charging your electric car. You can charge the car at a public charging station along the road, or at a charging point at the office or at home. People who charge their electric car at home usually do so with a charging station that can be mounted on the wall. […]

Online and offline charging points

The charging points that work offline are only connected to the car. As soon as the plug is connected, the charging point starts charging and it stops as soon as the plug is disconnected or the battery is full. Most modern charging points are equipped with the latest technologies and are connected to the internet. […]

Calculate the charging time for the electric car

The charging time of an electric car is easy to calculate. To make this calculation, you need the battery capacity and the charging capacity of the car. If you divide these, you know how long it takes to charge an electric car. If your car has a capacity of 60 kWh, around 55 kWh of […]

What is the difference between 1-phase and 3-phase charging stations?

With a one phase charger, the current flows through only one wire, while with a three-phase charger, the current is divided over three wires, allowing it to handle more power. A 1-phase charging station uses a standard 230-volt connection and a standard fuse of 16 amps. A meter box contains a 1-phase connection as standard. […]