With electric vehicle adoption in the United States expected to grow to more than 2.7 million vehicles by 2023, it is becoming increasingly essential for utilities to deploy an effective smart charging program.
FleetCarma has a simple and automated solution to help you with your demand response program:
Running a smart charging program without vehicle-side data can be like running it blind-folded. Using FleetCarma’s cellular logger, you can easily gain real-time insights into the vehicle. This means:
To encourage employee adoption of cleaner methods of transportation for their daily commute, many businesses are installing charging stations at the workplace.
FleetCarma can help you ensure that they are being utilized efficiently:
A complete overview of the effect of EV adoption on electric utility grids.
The market for electric vehicles (EV) is growing and is expected to reach 3.8 million by 2020. Tesla and other players are expanding the production of electric vehicles to meet the rising demand. The EV models are becoming more affordable as a result, which in turn fuels the adoption even further. The charging infrastructure has been growing along, often supported by local governments. But how will the shift to electric vehicles impact the grid?