EV Charging

The future of driving is electric

With 245 million electric vehicles projected to be on the road globally by 2030, and U.S. automakers such as General Motors and Ford planning to switch to all EVs by 2035, it’s clear that the future of driving is electric — and it’ll be here a lot quicker than you think. Are you ready?

As EV adoption grows, the demand for charging stations will grow along with it. Businesses, municipalities, learning institutions, and more will need to rethink their electrical infrastructure to accommodate employees’ and customers’ EV charging needs. This used to be a potential burden for organizations to bear in terms of energy costs and time, but not anymore.

PowerFlex has developed Adaptive Load Management (ALM), a software algorithm that optimizes power consumption across a large network of charging stations. Here’s how it works:

  1. Instead of each station operating at full power all the time, stations are controlled individually based on charging demand.
  2. This allows more charging stations to be installed while only using a fraction of the aggregate power traditionally required.
  3. Businesses shave as much as 60% off the cost of electrical system upgrades and peak demand charges.