EV Charging Insights
Evnex is committed to supporting an efficient and equitable transition to electric transportation in New Zealand.
Through our ongoing series of reports detailing the grid impacts of EVs and behaviour of EV drivers, we hope to encourage further discussions and better inform industry partners of the electricity demands generated by electric vehicle uptake in NZ.
We have worked with electricity networks from our earliest days. The need to manage supply and demand of electricity distribution networks has been at the core of our EV charging product development.
Our smart charging solution enables energy utilities to have EV charging demand flexibility, seamlessly integrating as part of distributed energy resource system.
Solutions for electricity retailers and new energy operators include full installation services and large scale management of charge points. Benefits include smart charger control, time of use options and system integration.
Energy retailers can simply take to market a readymade EV charger offer and focus on their customers, rather than the complexities of building their own EV charging platform.
How is our electricity industry transforming?
Why should we have controllable smart EV charging in our homes?
How can EV charging help with electricity system security?
How are traditional electricity supply and demand profiles changing?
What are the challenges for electricity networks when deploying large scale EV charging?
Can consumers opt-out of EV controlled electricity load shedding?
How can a smart EV charging program help with electricity network resilience?
Can Evnex assist with Time of Use (TOU) EV charging offers for electricity retailers?
Can Evnex EV charging be part of a distributed energy resources (DER) program?