Open E-Mobility integrates a Smart charging algorithm developed by our researchers in Germany. This algorithm allows to:
- smooth energy demand peaks. If the algorithm detects too much utilization of your charging infrastructure, it lowers the power available at the charging points, allowing more cars to be charged at the same time with the same power at each charging point.
- adjust the load distribution to priorities. Users can be given priority within the charging infrastructure according to their vehicle state of charge. This prioritization can be done using many different parameters, such as the battery level of the vehicles, the specific autonomy requirements, or other defined parameters for the respective users.
- optimize the charging costs of the vehicles. Open E-Mobility provides the ability to establish charging plans, so charging starts when electricity costs are lowest during off-peak hours. Therefor, the day ahead electricity prices can be loaded and used in Open E-Mobility.