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WITH THE RIGHT CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE, YOU CAN ATTRACT ENTHUSIASTIC CUSTOMERS TO YOUR BUSINESS.

  • Charging infrastructure
  • Connection to communication and charging infrastructure
  • Programming standard and individual control
  • Technical design and planning
  • Installation, service and remote maintenance
  • Charging system integration

MORE THAN JUST CHARGING STATIONS

E-mobility is the hot topic of today and the number of users is growing. It seems so easy: the driver does their shopping in the shopping centre whilst the electric car charges in the parking garage.

Operators of residential and commercial properties can take advantage of this development by providing charging stations, as customers and tenants of the future will include charging infrastructure as one of their criteria for choosing a particular building.

However, given the number of systems and process required, it is hard to maintain an overview. This is aided by consistent concepts from a single provider, ranging from planning to installation to operation and subsequent optimisation.

EXPLOIT THE POTENTIAL OF E-MOBILITY

Companies which do not use this development for their own benefit are passing up a major opportunity, as electric vehicle owners will also base whether or not they use a property on whether they can charge their car there as easily, securely and quickly as possible.

Apartments without charging stations in their parking areas will be harder to let. Businesses without any charging facilities will lose their customers to more forward-looking providers. The topic of electromobility is also of interest to building operators striving for economic energy efficiency.

 

A COMPLETE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE MEANS MORE THAN JUST CHARGING STATIONS

Charging stations for electric cars offer new opportunities which are not available when refuelling petrol vehicles. For example, vehicle owners do not have to go to public stations, but can charge their cars anywhere the car is otherwise being left for a period of time.

There is one particularly important question when selecting the right solution: how many charging stations are required? Is it a matter of just providing a single socket in the car park, or should multiple customers be able to charge their vehicles at once?

Other aspects must also be taken into account in the planning process, as a complete charging infrastructure means more than just charging stations – the system must also be able to process all of the information required for billing (such as location, duration and power use).

A DECISIVE OVERALL CONCEPT

Enhance your site. A charging station will allow you to appeal to an interesting target group with high purchasing power.  

  • Charging system integration 
  • Payment systems
  • User management
  • Charging infrastructure maintenance
  • Monitoring

 

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