A growing global population, sprawling cities, scarce resources: current developments require a clear rethink, especially in terms of mobility. Tomorrow’s transport solutions need to become emission-free and liberated from fossil fuels. Here, electric vehicles powered by renewables could play a decisive role.
However, charging these infrastructures poses a huge challenge to cities, communities, energy suppliers, property managers and fleet operators. Existing systems are not designed for the comprehensive coverage of everyday charging solutions, powered by zero-carbon green electricity. Or, they are simply too expensive.
Electric vehicles and renewable energy are inextricably linked. Now, however, ubitricity is ensuring that smart charging with green electricity can become truly affordable on a comprehensive scale, thus ensuring that fossil fuel use on the roads will soon be history. So, what is required? Well, a fully developed, economic charging infrastructure that also comes with the following features:
The perfect example would be: employees who charge their car at work with power generated from solar panels at home.
Over the past few years, ubitricity has developed the integration of smart mobile metering inside cars themselves. Alongside this, charging cables and charge spots are being developed into special, and economic, sockets suitable for almost universal installation, e. g. on walls or inside public lamp posts.
At the same time, modern IT and telecommunications, as well as the virtualization of networks, ensure that users can take their own electricity beyond the confines of distribution networks or control areas right to the charging spot, e. g. they can charge with power generated by the solar panels installed on their roof.
“With our innovations, we want to make a major contribution to the energy revolution.“
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In Germany, ubitricity already cooperates with power-generating companies like Hubject and Ladenetz to facilitate the metering and billing of electricity charged at third-party installations.
The requisite Hubject and/or Ladenetz infrastructure is easily accessed via the respective partner’s RFID card. So, even when stopping “out-of-system”, external charging activities are clearly marked and charged directly to your mobile electricity bill.
In record time, the team at Concise helped ubitricity deliver and publish a mobile application for both iOS and Android.