eMotorWerks + EDF = Intelligent EVSE Deployment For Demand Management

A recent partnership between eMotorWerks and EDF is aimed at expanding intelligent network of charging stations to enable grid-scale demand management. EDF will integrate into its EVSE eMotorWerks’ cloud-connected JuiceNet software to offer drivers the option to charge with low- or no-carbon electricity. On top of that EDF intends to develop intelligent solutions to control the demand on the grid. JuiceNet software allows for real-time visibility of major grid parameters and control of EV charging demand.

 

CleanTechnica highlights eMotorWerks’ commitment to play an important role as the mediator in the energy market: “The new partnership shows not only the foresight of eMotorWerks’ strong focus on building not only chargers but an intelligent control platform that offers immense value to utilities looking for more control over the massive new loads being put onto their grids.“

 

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Integration of EVs Becoming a Priority for Utilities

As the sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids are growing, utilities get more and more interested in using the electric controllable load to balance renewable generation and to improve load distribution.

 

Utility companies view electric vehicles as “mobile energy storage units” which are critical to meet peak load requirements through demand response and contribute to grid stability. eMotorWerks is already partnering with Pacific Gas and Electric and Sonoma Clean Power in California to provide such grid services.

 

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EDF Taps eMotorWerks Expertise for EV Charging Technology

eMotorWerks and EDF, a global energy company, team up in order to create cloud-connected and intelligent charging stations using eMotorWerks’ charging hardware and its JuiceNet software platform.

 

EDF will enable its customers to charge their electric vehicles with clean energy and also develop advanced charging solutions based on JuiceNet automated, multi-tiered control algorithms. In order to improve grid reliability and manage the demand, EDF intends to leverage renewable energy generation and participate in smart grid incentives through scheduled charging.

 

To learn more, visit NGT News website

 

 

eMotorWerks Finds One More Partner for JuiceNet Technology

In the efforts to expand its IoT platform, the JuiceNet smart charging software, eMotorWerks has partnered with EDF. By using eMotorWerks’ hardware and intelligent JuiceNet software EDF will deliver cloud-connected charging stations which allow electric vehicle drivers to to charge their cars with the cleanest energy available on the grid.

 

The article also highlights the capabilities of JuiceNet technology to help avoid grid congestion and control the demand on the grid. To learn more about this partnership, go here

 

 

 

The 8 Best Electric Vehicle Chargers

Wiki Ezvid published an overview of electric vehicle charging station options available in the United States. JuiceBox Pro 40 was recognized for its smart grid charging features which allow electric vehicle drivers to learn historical charging data and adjust charging rates via the app or website dashboard. The review also highlighted the ability to set notifications and voice control the charging via Amazon Alexa.

 

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eMotorWerks increases revenue from utility grid services, reduces prices on EV charging stations

eMotorWerks, the manufacturer of electric vehicle charging stations, is playing a significant role in the smart charging market with its JuiceNet platform. It allows EV drivers the flexibility to charge their cars on the cleanest and least expensive energy available. At the same time, the JuiceNet platform offers grid operators and utilities the real-time visibility of major grid parameters and control of EV charging demand.

 

“The company has succeeded in monetizing the services it offers to utilities, and is passing some of that revenue on to its retail customers, reducing prices for its smart charging stations by $50 per unit.”

 

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Double Tesla Powerwall Installation — Lessons Learned (CleanTechnica Exclusive)

CleanTechnica published an overview of the Tesla Powerwall, a residential energy storage appliance, which enables homeowners with onsite solar systems to use at night the power generated during the day.

 

The trend is clear to observe: the adoption of residential products such as energy storage solutions, solar systems, and electric vehicles is steadily expanding. eMotorWerks with its smart-grid enabled charging stations is driving such innovations in the electric vehicle industry.

 

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Need Car-Charging Infrastructure? How About Peer-To-Peer And On The Blockchain

The lack of electric vehicle charging sites is seen as a barrier to a wider spread and greater sales of electricity-fueled cars. “There are currently about 44,000 EV charging stations in the U.S, according to U.S. government figures, compared to 168,000 nationwide that sell fuel,” writes Ben Schiller at Fast Company. In addition, the installation and the cost of charging stations at public sites far exceeds those installed at home.

 

In order to expand the network of available public charging stations, eMotorWerks teamed up with MotionWerk to create a peer-to-peer car charging. Owners of EVSEs can offer their devices to other electric vehicle drivers and get paid via Share&Charge, MotionWerk’s blockchain-enabled app.

 

California residents can sign up for the program here.

 

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eMotorWerks And Volta Partner To Launch First Ad-Supported Smart-Grid Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

eMotorWerks’ smart-grid enabled technology will be incorporated throughout Volta’s growing network of public EV charging stations. eMotorWerks’ hardware and JuiceNet software platform were chosen for their high performance, reliability and advanced smart-grid features.

 

Company’s JuiceNet platform will help utilities combat grid overload and promote renewable energy usage as it ensures that electric vehicle charging occurs at the time when clean energy is available on the grid. Volta’s customers will benefit from high-power and grid-friendly charging experience.

 

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eMotorWerks JuiceBox Pro 40 gets UL Listed

Tom Moloughney, a writer at InsideEVs and EV advocate, has recently published a review of an updated UL Listed JuiceBox Pro 40. Impressed by its Wi-Fi connectivity and JuiceNet app which allows to view current and past charging sessions, set up notifications and adjust the amount of energy, Tom now highlights an additional benefit of this “very popular EVSE”: JuiceBox Pro has become UL Listed.

 

The UL certification is an expensive and time-consuming process, especially for smaller companies. Another complication is the need to re-certify a product if it gets new features.

 

“This is newsworthy because the JuiceBox has become a very popular EVSE, and the fact that it wasn’t UL listed has been a hotly debated topic here and on many online EV forums”, writes Tom Moloughney.

 

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Volta And eMotorWerks Launch 1st Smart-Grid, Ad-Supported Public Charging Station

eMotorWerks has partnered with Volta to introduce the world’s first “Ad-Supported Smart-Grid Electric Vehicle Charging Stations”. JuiceNet, eMotorWerks’ smart-charging technology, will be deployed throughout Volta nationwide network of charging stations.

 

JuiceNet software will provide automated, multi-tiered control algorithms and load balancing to avoid peak demand charges. Daytime electrical loads can be coordinated with regional utilities, ensuring EV charging occurs with a cleaner energy mix. Volta will also place JuiceNet-enabled charging stations, such as JuiceBox and JuiceStation to complement their existing fleet of free chargers.

 

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Blockchain-Enabled Electric Car Charging Comes to California

On August 2nd, eMotorWerks launched a beta test of a distributed, peer-to-peer charging marketplace in California that allows electric vehicle drivers to pay each other for use of their home charging stations. The company is using Share&Charge platform running on blockchain technology.

 

eMotorWerks sees this program as a part of their strategy to move from hardware sales and focus on software services which are likely to generate more value to customers. The idea behind peer-to-peer charging marketplace is to expand the number of available charging stations and thus reduce EV drivers’ concern about range and promote electric vehicles.

 

While addressing the shortage of public charging infrastructure, electric vehicle drivers participating in the program not only earn extra money from renting out their EVSE, but also feel good about going green, reducing gas emissions and helping out fellow drivers.

 

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4 Innovative Uses of Blockchain in the Enterprise

The author at CIO Dive discusses what potential blockchain technology has for a wide range of uses in the enterprise. One of the innovative use cases is changing how energy is sourced and used and carrying out clean energy contracts in electrical grids.

 

Earlier in July eMotorWerks and Share&Charge announced a peer-to-peer electric vehicle charging program which is facilitated by blockchain payments. EVSE owners will be able to rent out their charging stations, set prices and available times and get paid. California residents can register for the program here.

 

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An Airbnb for charging stations?

Electric vehicles magazine Charged writes about a new peer-to-peer charging network powered by MotionWerk’s Share&Charge platform. California owners of charging stations enabled with eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet smart-grid charging technology will be able to share their charging stations with other EV drivers and get compensated for that.

 

The Share&Charge mobile app connects electric vehicle drivers with available residential and commercial EVSEs. The payments will be processed using blockchain technology for added security and convenience. California residents can register for the program here.

 

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Partnership between Share&Charge and eMotorWerks

MotionWerk, a startup from Essen, Germany, announced a partnership with San Francisco company eMotorWerks, in which its Share&Charge platform will be integrated with JuiceNet-enabled smart-grid charging stations manufactured in California. Owners of EVSEs will have an opportunity to rent out their charging devices to other electric vehicle drivers.

 

This partnership marks the first blockchain peer-to-peer platform in North America and is expected to launch on the 1st of August. This “Airbnb for charging stations” model was first introduced in Germany in the beginning of May.

 

To read the article in German, visit this page

 

 

 

iPhone and Android Apps for Selling, Charging, Parking, Mobility Auto Pilot Fun & Managing Cars

AUTO Connected Car News, the blog about connected cars and vehicles, covered the news about eMotorWerks’ recent partnership with Share&Charge. California residential and commercial owners of electric vehicle charging stations enabled with eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet smart-grid charging technology are eligible to participate in the peer-to-peer charging network which uses MotionWerk’s Share&Charge open platform. EVSE owners can share their charging stations when not in use with other electric car drivers and get paid.

 

“The new sharing platform aims to increase the availability of public charging stations and decrease range anxiety current and prospective EV drivers experience.”

 

Compatible devices include charging stations such as eMotorWerks’ JuiceBox Pro, Aerovironment EVSE-RS JuiceNet Edition, Clipper Creek HCS-40 JuiceNet Edition and JuicePlug, a smart-grid charging adapter. Using Share&Charge mobile app, EV drivers can find available stations on the map and make payments which are based on blockchain technology. California residents can register for the program here.

 

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eMotorWerks Inc. is a California based company which focuses on promoting high performance electric vehicle charging technologies, such as EV charging stations (EVSE), smart grid EV charging networks, and charging systems for high-voltage and DC fast charging.